Windows 10 ‘Project Neon’ design language full concept teaser

Here's a first look at the Project Neon, the new user interface update for Windows 10 that makes everything more beautiful.

Windows 10 Project Neon

Windows 10 is about to get a new user interface update later this year with the release of Redstone 3, and during the Windows Developer Day, Microsoft just offered a tiny preview of the new design language, which is internally known as Project Neon.

Project Neon is a new refresh for the current user interface design language of Windows 10, and it’ll set new rules to streamline and make more beautiful the design of apps.

With the new update, Microsoft plans to use more animations and blur, very similar to the Aero Glass interface used by Windows Vista and Windows 7.

During the presentation, Microsoft showed one slide officially revealing the new visual elements from Project Neon.

After the screenshot started circulating the web by Windows Central, Twitter user @tomhounsell posted an image showing the full concept of the new interface.

Windows 10 Project Neon
Windows 10 Project Neon

Alongside the changes coming to the Windows 10 user interface, Project Neon will also bring improvements to Microsoft’s HoloLens and 3D experience.

Microsoft is expected to share more details about the plans with Project Neon during the Build developers conference later in May.

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