Check out this Windows 11 concept to see Fluent Design in action

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Microsoft’s Fluent Design has sparked the imagination of many designers who published impressive design concepts of various Windows components. We still don’t know if Microsoft is open enough to suggestions so as to implement these concepts into future OS versions but seeing these concepts does spark hope.

Kamer Kaan Avdan is a designer who’s been focusing his attention a lot on Windows lately. He recently published an interesting Windows XP 2018 Edition concept blending the old and the new. Checking out his YouTube channel, we also came across another impressive concept focusing on Windows 11. He describes this Windows 11 concept as being simple, modern, and useful.

As you can see in the video above, Windows 11 features very smooth transitions and animation is very well-ordered. In a way, this concept brings forth images that are similar to those that Virtual Reality headsets project for users.

The concept also offers users more visibility and control over all the apps and programs that are running on their computers. You can quickly bring all the active apps on the screen and access them with a simple mouse click.

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The concept also features an animated Windows logo that makes booting up your computer much more interesting and engaging.

Of course, as  you all know, Microsoft already announced that Windows 10 is the last version of Windows. This means that there will be no Windows 11 or Windows 12 for that matter. The company will continue to update the OS based on a servicing model. In other words, users will get two major updates every year — one in April, and the second in October.

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Windows 11 is no longer a concept, but a part of reality. Microsoft will hold a conference on the 24th of June at 11 am (Eastern Time), so donu2019t hesitate to watch the Windows 11 unveiling event too.

What do you think about this Windows 11 concept? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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