Microsoft is continuously trying to improve its operating system, as you may have already noticed some big changes from the Windows Phone to Windows 8 and now to the Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile OS.
It seems that the Microsoft Design Language 2 (also known as MDL2) in Windows 10 is now expected to have a more streamlined design language once the Redstone 3 will be released.
In concordance with Windows Central, Microsoft has been working on its Project NEON for over one year and this project is especially made to develop a design language for the Windows 10 that will overhaul the user interface of the OS. Rumors say that once it will be released, it will add a needed flair to the user interface aside from its known clean look and simplicity.
It seems that Microsoft’s Project NEON comes with more transitions and animations and the goal is to make the user interface look awesome and attract both old users and new ones. According to Digital Trends, Project NEON’s user interface will use holographic and augmented reality to bridge the Windows 10 desktop environment. To make things even better, the new user interface will come with 3D models, textures and lighting.
MSPowerUser claims that the Project NEON will be used to unify the Windows 10 operating system on all devices, but this will not be easy. For example, the holographic and augmented reality is complex and Microsoft will have to work hard to make sure that the HoloLens interactions will work without any issues on a desktop PC.
Unfortunately, there is no detailed information regarding the Project NEON. So until now, we know that we will see a user interface and design language change. Hopefully, we will see it in action as soon as the Redstone 3 update will be released sometime later in 2017.