We have been hearing news and rumors for a long time about Microsoft's Project Neon, a project that has to do with Windows, but what exactly is it? Apparently the Project Neon is a project focused on the appearance and interface of Windows, specifically Windows 10. That is, Windows 10 will not disappear but will change.
Many of you will be thinking that Microsoft will present a desktop theme with something changed and with another name, however it will be something else as we can see in the new images. Although the appearance will change, it will not be the only thing that will change. The user interface in many windows and applications will also change, becoming more accessible and natural for the end user.
The leaked images about the Neon Project show several windows and applications with the changes developed and with the Acrylic element, a component similar to Aero or Metro, but it seems that Project Neon or rather, its main function, Acrylic, is already present in some applications as we can see in the latest versions of Groove.
The Neon project will change the look and user interface of Windows 10
The divisions between spaces will be more natural and in cases like Outlook, the application with the new interface reminds us of applications from other operating systems, don't you think? But it will not be the classic devices and the applications of a lifetime the only ones that receive this facelift. The developers have also thought about devices of Virtual Reality, tablets, mobiles, etc ... and they will also receive this personalized appearance adapted to their interfaces.
We do not know specific dates or requirements, but everything indicates that the Neon project will come to our Windows 10 at the end of 2017, possibly with a new Windows 10 update, which would mean that during 2017, Windows 10 users would receive two major system updates.