Windows 10: the new Zoom animation in preview

Windows 10: the new Zoom animation in preview
It will be a 2021 of news for Windows 10. They will debut the new interface currently known as the code name Sun Valley designed by Microsoft to refine the layout and the 10X edition of the platform. There will also be new animations for the elements that make up the UI: one is the one visible below in preview, a sort of Zoom activated when opening and closing a new window.

Windows 10m, restyling : Zoom animation of windows

In any case, the user will have the possibility to disable animations in Windows 10 if he wishes by acting on the option "Show animations in Windows" in the "Display" section of the "Settings" . This is how the Redmond group describes the novelty in the changelog of Insider Preview Build 21277 distributed in recent days.

We have updated the animation of opening and closing the windows to make the transition "softer".

Microsoft has also received confirmations regarding the work in progress on the animations relating to the Start menu, the Notification Center, the context menus that are shown after a click with the right mouse button and other central elements of the operating system.

Here above another GIF relating to the new interface of the platform (published in recent days by the Windows Latest site), more precisely to the Alarms and Clock application redesigned based on WinUI 3 and Fluent Design guidelines.

Those who have had the opportunity to test the new animations of W10 in the preview build report a slowdown that occurs in conjunction with the opening and closing of the windows. A not insignificant detail, on which Microsoft will have to intervene before the rollout scheduled for the second half of 2021.

Source: Windows 10