Microsoft has this week announced the release of the new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17711 (RS5) to Windows Insiders which brings with it improvements to the Microsoft Edge browser making learning tools which are and more usable. As well as a new consent box saving or to fill data, Microsoft explains more .
“Microsoft Edge seeks your permission each time to save your passwords and card details for Autofill purposes. We have come up with improved design and string changes to the consent notification pop-up to improve discoverability and provide clarity on the value of saving this information. The changes include introducing password and payment icons, improved messaging, and highlighting of options. One interesting update would be the cool micro-animations for the new password and payment icons.”
Following on from the unveiling of the new “Fluent Design” during Microsoft’s Build 2018 conference earlier this year the company has now introduced introduced acrylic to many of the default menus And has now added depth in the form of shadows to improve user focus.
“Shadows provide visual hierarchy, and with Build 17711 many of our default modern popup type controls will now have them. This is enabled on a smaller set of controls than what the general public will eventually see, and Insiders can expect to see the support grow in subsequent builds”.
For a full list of all the new features, improvements, tweaks and enhancements you can expect in the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17711 jump over to the official Microsoft Windows Blog by following the link below.