Project Neon comes to the Windows 10 Photos app with latest update for Windows Insiders

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Over the last few weeks, we've seen several Windows 10 apps such as Groove Music, Movies & TV and Dropbox adopt Microsoft's new design language called Project Neon. The Photos app is the latest Windows 10 native app to receive those nice blurring and transparency effects, with a new update that is currently rolling out to Fast Ring Insiders.

The latest version 17.428.10010 seems to be only available to select users for now, and those of you who receive it will notice the slightly transparent header. Interestingly, the latest version also adds a new tab for Bing search:

Project neon comes to the windows 10 photos app with latest update for windows insiders - onmsft. Com - may 4, 2017

The new Bing tab doesn't look very useful for now, as it's just an embedded web browser that app apparently lacks a back button. If you also received the latest version of the Windows 10 Photos app, let us know what do you think of these changes in the comments below.

Thanks for the tip, Leo!

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Microsoft photos
Developer: ‪Microsoft Corporation‬
Price: Free+

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