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Hello Readers! We are back with one such agile update about  Windows 10. The windows 10 creators update has yet to be officially announced to the public.
When Microsoft introduced Windows 10, it apparently intended to optimize  the OS for speed, resource management and
security which left many users thinking the current visual spartan-like
UI design of the platform was an intrinsic trade-off for those
improvements.

But, after three years of production, it  seems as the
Windows team is comfortable enough with the performance aspects of
Windows 10 to now tackle the much more fussy culture of UI and UX as
screenshots and GIF concept artwork surface showing some drastically
tweaked design elements coming in the next update to Windows 10.

Brand Sams over at Thurrott.com recently published going into some of the details about what the Windows 10 has code named
Project Neon, the visual overhaul of Windows 10. Beyond the leaked
concept image which surfaced earlier this week, Sams report comes fully
equipped with animations, parallax effects and examples of in-app design
concepts for Mail, Groove, and the Start Menu.

 And that’s not just all….
 The next Windows 10 Update codenamed Redstone 3 is
looking to better incorporate file management in the cloud as glimpses
of placeholders for cloud held files are sprinkled throughout the OS.
Sams guesss that the feature could be named on-demand files, but as with
most Redstone 3 related news at the moment, it’s all tentative
speculation.

With Microsoft’s developer conference a little less than a month
away, we can expect the company to go into more detail about the
overhauled design language as well as further under-the-hood
construction as it looks to entice developers to follow.

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