Here's a quick look at what Microsoft has in store with its Fluent Design System in Windows 10.

The launch of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is imminent, and with it will come the official introduction of Microsoft's new Fluent Design System across the OS. Ahead of its arrival, Microsoft has released a video that serves as a highlight reel for users and developers to show off just some of the Fluent Design Elements that appear in its stock apps (via MSPU).

The new Fluent Design System won't be fully implemented with the launch of the Fall Creators Update, but parts of it will. The highlight reel does a good job of showing off the elements that will be present, including dashes of what Microsoft calls "Acrylic," or a dense translucency that appears in a number of areas across the OS. "Reveal," another new element that adds a dash of light that follows the cursor across some UI elements is also prominent. There's even a bit of depth shown off as well.

The Fall Creators Update is just one step in the rollout of Fluent Design, so expect more UI tweaks to come in further updates. For now, you can look forward to the launch of the Fall Creators Update on October 17.

Is your PC getting the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update on October 17, 2017?