Project NEON is confirmed, this will be the new Windows 10 interface

Although it is only a few weeks before the first major update of Windows 10 (Creators Update) finally reaches all users of Windows 10, many are already thinking about what the Redstone 3 will bring us the next year.

We’ve been hearing rumors of all kinds about this second major update of 2017, which is expected to be one of the most ambitious projects Microsoft is working on today. We refer to a section that refers directly to the user interface of Windows 10, which has been known for some time as Project NEON.

More specifically we are talking about one of the most important improvements that will come to Redstone 3 and that represents a total revision of the user interface, revision that on the other hand would extend through several devices, not only in the desktop systems. Although there have been several references to this particular project to date, Microsoft has kept out of all this, without confirming or denying the information.

However today, we can affirm that, through a reference published by an employee of the Redmond firm in the social network LinkedIn, has confirmed that Project NEON is real and that they are working on it for presentation. In fact everything indicates that the first modifications in the mentioned interface will be seen in the update of Windows 10 later this year, although it would not be surprising that until their arrival, some images were filtered before.

Moreover, a few days ago we made you part about a supposed leakage in the form of capture of the latest version of Windows and with NEON, which was carried out on Twitter.

We would not see anything concerning NEON in the Windows 10 Creators Update in April, although some applications have already adopted some visual adjustments that are scheduled to be part of this interface revision. What’s more, Microsoft is already allowing developers to create applications that use Project NEON features such as blur background and other visual settings, but the full development of this “face-lift” will not be announced until the end of this year.


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