You may recall when Microsoft launched Windows 10 a little ways back it declared Windows 10 was the last version of Windows ever, and that subsequently all new versions would simply be updated builds of the software.
In November previous year, Microsoft was reported to be working on an incremental update to Windows 10, codenamed Project Neon, which was suggested to bring changes to the UI of operating system. Nope, it just meant Microsoft was taking a more fluid approach similar to how Apple develops and distributes macOS, rather than carrying on with the same old plodding approach we've been used to. Dubbed as Project Neon, the update builds on the current Windows 10 UI (aka MDL2), and is bound to make the Windows 10 UI more intuitive and fun to use.
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LG said this HDR versatility is boosted further with a new "HDR Effect" feature that raises image quality for SDR content. An enhanced Magic Zoom feature now lets viewers enlarge and record any part of the screen to see close ups.
Windows 10 is having a drastic makeover. Acrylic brings blurring effects to apps not only to create a sense of depth, but also to help improve focus and reduce distractions. The said new look is actually pretty good as it is more cleaner and sophist aced compare to the current user interface of the operating system. It might not be as comprehensive, but Project NEON appears to be in the same vein as Android's Material Design, which made the mobile platform more attractive and more cohesive all at once.
The leaked details reveal that Microsoft will be using more animations and visual blurring elements, which it played with during the Aero Glass era of Windows Vista and Windows 7 in a new user interface which is now codenamed Project Neon. It pairs with "Conscious UI" and "Connected Animations" to guide users' eyes to certain areas of the screen.
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Sin dar mayores detalles, se refirió a una "acción de la Unión Europea en apoyo a la supervisión de la ONU". Para De Mistura, "no hay suficientes observadores sobre el terreno que supervisen la evacuación".
Project NEON's emphasis on HoloLens integration dovetails with Microsoft's stated plans for virtual reality integration on Windows 10.
From the embed tweet below, screenshot of concept ideas from within Microsoft exclusively obtained Technology blog MSPoweruser is shown.
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