Windows 10 Project NEON is back in the limelight thanks to this independent artist
Many would argue that it is a bit early to talk about Project NEON, Microsoft’s new upcoming visual design language, but recent fan art has made the subject a relevant topic of discussion.
New UI is on the way
Many have been expecting news regarding the new and improved Windows 10 UI, which is expected to undergo a major overhaul. Microsoft hinted that it would be releasing ProjNEON-related content once Creators Update was out in the open and the company can focus more on the next update — which will, allegedly, be part of the Redstone 3 update group.
Users chip in to give Project NEON life
A certain Windows user was too anxious to wait until then, however. Therefore, this fan made their own version of Project NEON. While they didn’t create a custom user interface or anything, they did envision how the UI would look if Microsoft would release it today based on the screenshot seen last month. Those interested in taking a peak into the future can check out the artist’s DeviantArt account, which is full of Proejct NEON-related images created by the artist.
It’s pleasing to see so much interest shown for Microsoft’s upcoming overhaul because it also shows that there is a strong community behind Microsoft’s operating system. It will be interesting to see what the company can come up with, especially now after these fan drawn approaches to Project NEON are available for people to see. Needless to say, many of them will keep Microsoft’s initiative in high hopes after seeing these, so the Windows developers has its work cut out for it. There is currently no release date set for Redstone 3 material, but most likely there will be more information on it once the Creators Update is launched.
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