Windows 10 News & Updates: Newly Improved Visual Appeal of Microsoft Windows 10 User Interface Pushed With Project Neon

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Nov 26, 2016 11:11 AM EST

There are already a lot of enhancements that are offered by Windows 10 that is why it is considered as the best operating system version of Windows today. It is good to emphasize that Windows 10 has a Universal Windows Platform for applications that are compatible on phones, notebooks, 2-in-1s and desktops. It already has a newly improved security. Not to mention, it already has the Cortana digital personal assistant.

However, according to Digital Trends, Windows 10 has one area where it has not made the mark. It is said that its user interface is just simple and underwhelming given its design cues. On one hand, it was believed that Microsoft is also aware of these flaws. It is the reason why it plans to make improvements on its Project Neon's UI in the Redstone 3 update which will be released in late 2017.

The upcoming update is slowly rolling out through the Windows Insider program. Moreover, the UI of Windows 10 is just a continuation of the concept that started with Windows 7 Media Center. It was said that Windows 10 is just more of the same with the dubbed Microsoft Design Language 2 or commonly known as MDL2.

In the early fall of 2017, Windows 10 will have a more streamlined facelift with the Redstone 3 update via Project Neon. According to Windows Central, there are still not enough details about the newest update, but there are speculations that the new design will include more transitions and animations. It was said that its main goal is to make the UI beautiful and fluid compared to previous updates.

It also suggests Neon to incorporate with other concepts that could unite HoloLens and Windows Holographic with Windows 10. Although Windows 10 enjoys a simple UI, it aims to make it look more attractive that is why Project Neon is described as evolutionary rather revolutionary.

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