Microsoft Teases Windows 10 Design Refresh in Upcoming “Redstone” Update


Microsoft is planning to refresh its Windows 10 user interface in an update later this year, and they have started teasing what’s on the way. The upcoming design language for Windows 10 aims to add fluidity, animation and blur to apps and the operating system. According to Windows Central, Microsoft provided a glimpse at what’s known internally as “Project Neon” during a Windows developer stream.

The screenshots show some minor adjustments to the overall Windows 10 design and the update will also include a focus on Microsoft’s 3D efforts in Windows 10, and the company’s HoloLens software.
“Project Neon” will be highlighted at the Microsoft’s Build developers’ conference in May. Build will also serve as a venue for Microsoft to discuss its next Windows 10 update.

The Redstone update should benefit all types of Windows 10 devices, including Windows 10 Mobile, HoloLens and even Xbox.


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