Windows 10: Microsoft leaks the facelift of the Neon Project
Microsoft provides a short overview of new design rules that should be applied with Windows 10 codenamed Redstone 3.
After some details emerged last month, Microsoft's Project Neon has almost become official. The Redmond Company has not said a word of this new set of design rules for Windows 10 but gave a hint.
At Windows Developer Day to present the new features of the Windows 10 Creators Update to developers (and where it was announced that Windows 10 Creators Update is feature complete), a slide showed a very short preview of Project Neon (via Windows Central ):
The best experiences on the Windows platform is what Microsoft promises. In fact, more marginal adjustments are needed in the design rules for a Windows 10 facelift, and consistency for applications across all devices. A harmonization also guided by Windows Holographic devices.
Tom Hounsell, who takes care of Twitter BuildFeed devoted to Windows builds, got the original concept that was "hidden" in Microsoft's presentation slide:
For anyone who cares, here's the full concept image that was in the background of #Microsoft's "Sneak Peak" of #Windows10 #ProjectNEON pic.twitter.com/I3cIlZfX0k— Tom Hounsell (@tomhounsell) 9 février 2017
Project Neon will not be for Windows 10 Creators Update but probably for the next Redstone 3 update, probably in the fall of 2017.