Windows 10 new look: Microsoft gives glimpse of Project Neon design

Windows 10 new look: Microsoft gives glimpse of Project Neon design

Windows 10 new look: Microsoft gives glimpse of Project Neon design

Further affirming that reality is the release of a new picture-in-picture mode within the latest released on the fast ring of Microsoft's Windows Insider Program.

Build will also serve as a venue for Microsoft to discuss its next Windows 10 update, expected to ship later this year.

Additionally, this build comes with Dynamic Lock, a new option that can automatically lock the operating system when the PC is not around a configured Bluetooth device. This build comes on the heels of last week's Insider build 15025 which included new accessibility options. It also says these changes are part of the "Vision for Windows "Redstone" wave", which is expected in the Fall of 2017, following April's Creators Update, also known as Redstone 2. Here's what you need to know.

The confirmation arrives without much fanfare, as it follows the company's traditional paradigm, which aims to block some of the platform's unique features months before the general availability to allow engineering teams to intensify bug fixes in order to ensure the optimal operation of Windows. H/T to @thurrott for this tip as I did not pair my LG Nexus 5X before the upgrade from 15025 to 15031.

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We've all done that thing where we keep a video open in a separate window while we work, but now Microsoft wants to make it easier for you to multitask with an official picture-in-picture feature.

The design refresh should extend to all Windows 10 devices including PCs and tablets, HoloLens, Xbox, and the few surviving Windows Phones, according to Windows Central.

Of course this will be great for video and audio apps and should be available as soon as app developers integrate the right code into their apps.

Microsoft has inadvertently confirmed the existence and shown us a little more of its upcoming Project Neon design overhaul for Windows 10, which makes it possible to create much more visually appealing applications for the operating system.

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