1. Microsoft teases new Windows 10 UI in video celebrating a billion users  The Verge
  2. Microsoft Shows off Windows 10 UI Updates In Milestone Video  Thurrott.com
  3. Panos Panay tease new File Explorer, Start Menu for Windows 10 - MSPoweruser  MSPoweruser
  4. Panos Panay sends out a super cool video that teases the modern File Explorer, celebrates the 1 billion Windows 10 devices mark  OnMSFT
  5. Microsoft adds 6 months support for Windows 10 1709 to account for pandemic disruption  Computerworld
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Microsoft is celebrating Windows 10 passing a billion users with a new teaser video. It shows off Start menu changes, context menu updates, and even a modern File Explorer.There’s Start menu changes, context menu updates, and even a modern File Explorer.

Microsoft teases new Windows 10 UI in video celebrating a billion users - The Verge

Panos Panay recently posted a video celebrating the one billion devices milestone for Windows 10. The video previewed some interesting changes to Windows 10.Panos Panay recently posted a video celebrating the one billion devices milestone for Windows 10. The video previewed some interesting changes to Windows 10.

Microsoft Teases a Major Windows 10 Design Overhaul | Digital Trends

We have seen earlier that Microsoft’s designers are working on a new Start Menu for Windows 10 (not Windows 10X) and now Panos Panay has posted a video celebrating 1 billion Windows 10 installations which appears to confirm that the changes and more are on the way. View this post on Instagram The team made […]

Panos Panay tease new File Explorer, Start Menu for Windows 10 - MSPoweruser

We have seen earlier that Microsoft’s designers are working on a new Start Menu for Windows 10 (not Windows 10X) and now Panos Panay has posted a video celebrating 1 billion Windows 10 installations which appears to confirm that the changes and more are on the way. View this post on Instagram The team made […]

Panos Panay tease new File Explorer, Start Menu for Windows 10 - MSPoweruser

The video shows the evolution of many different aspects of the OS but towards the end, we see features that look more like concepts or possibly the direction the OS is headed.

Microsoft Shows off Windows 10 UI Updates In Milestone Video - Thurrott.com

“looks like Microsoft is finally planning a modern File Explorer and refreshed context menus in Windows 10. Hooray! https://t.co/WW1vsg6NzR”

Tom Warren on Twitter: "looks like Microsoft is finally planning a modern File Explorer and refreshed context menus in Windows 10. Hooray! https://t.co/WW1vsg6NzR… https://t.co/Z09tcHMs5a"

Microsoft's Chief Product Officer, Panos Panay, has today shared a video celebrating one billion users on Windows 10 that gives us an interesting look into what Microsoft is thinking about when it comes to UI design on Windows 10. Panos Panay recently took charge of the Windows user experience, and in this video, we see a number of new user interface designs that may hint atMicrosoft's Chief Product Officer, Panos Panay, has today shared a video celebrating one billion users on Windows 10 that gives us an interesting look into what Microsoft is thinking about when it comes to UI design on Windows 10. Panos Panay recently took charge of the Windows user experience, and in this video, we see a number of new user interface designs that may hint at where...

Microsoft teases new Windows 10 UI in video celebrating 1 billion users | Windows Central

The delay keeps client systems running 1709 protected until October, reducing pressure on IT admins at a time when everything has been disrupted.The delay keeps client systems running 1709 protected until October, reducing pressure on IT admins at a time when everything has been disrupted.

Microsoft adds 6 months support for Windows 10 1709 to account for pandemic disruption | Computerworld

Due to COVID-19 outbreak, Microsoft today announced that they are extending the scheduled end of service date for Windows 10 version 1709. This date change is applicable for the Enterprise, Education and IoT Enterprise editions of Windows 10. With this change, monthly security updates for Windows 10, version 1709 will be released until October 13, […]

Microsoft extends service date of Windows 10 version 1709 - MSPoweruser

Due to COVID-19 outbreak, Microsoft today announced that they are extending the scheduled end of service date for Windows 10 version 1709. This date change is applicable for the Enterprise, Education and IoT Enterprise editions of Windows 10. With this change, monthly security updates for Windows 10, version 1709 will be released until October 13, […]

Microsoft extends service date of Windows 10 version 1709 - MSPoweruser

Microsoft is giving customers an additional six months of support for some variants of Windows 10 1709 as a result of the impact of COVID-19 on IT professionals.Microsoft is giving customers an additional six months of support for some variants of Windows 10 1709 as a result of the impact of COVID-19 on IT professionals.

Microsoft postpones end of support for some Windows 10 1709 versions | ZDNet

Microsoft's Panos Panay Teases New Windows 10 Start Menu and File Explorer In a Video Celebrating 1 Billion Users of the OS.Microsoft's Panos Panay Teases New Windows 10 Start Menu and File Explorer In a Video Celebrating 1 Billion Users of the OS.

Microsoft Teases New Windows 10 Start Menu and File Explorer (Video)

Microsoft Teases New Windows 10 Start Menu and File Explorer (Video)

Microsoft released Windows Terminal Preview v0.10 with mouse support, a settings update and other improvements.Terminal velocity.

Microsoft Brings Mouse Support to Windows Terminal Preview v0.10 | Tom's Hardware

Panos Panay revealed out a new video to celebrate the 1 billion mark, and it should be a super cool watch for all of you Microsoft fans.

Panos Panay sends out a super cool video that teases the modern File Explorer, celebrates the 1 billion Windows 10 devices mark » OnMSFT.com

Windows 10 v1709 End of Service Date Extended Due to Coronavirus. Microsoft Hopes It Will "Help Ease One of Many Burdens IT Teams are Facing"Windows 10 v1709 End of Service Date Extended Due to Coronavirus. Microsoft Hopes It Will "Help Ease One of Many Burdens IT Teams are Facing"

Windows 10 v1709 End of Service Date Extended Due to Coronavirus

Windows 10 v1709 End of Service Date Extended Due to Coronavirus