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Translation: Microsoft accidentally showed a prototype interface for the next version of Windows » Community

Translation: Microsoft accidentally showed a prototype interface for the next version of Windows

Microsoft is actively working on the next version of Windows, for which the name “Next Valley” is currently used internally. In July, Windows Central editor Zack Bowden reported that Microsoft had decided to return to the three-year development cycle for large versions of Windows, with the next such release scheduled for 2024. It is unlikely …

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How To: Enable New Taskbar Animation in Windows 11 Build 25179+ » Community

How To: Enable New Taskbar Animation in Windows 11 Build 25179

A few days ago, Microsoft released a new Windows 11 Insider Build 25179 to the Dev Channel, which brings with it several improvements and bug fixes. But, as it turned out, not all the changes made are mentioned in the official blog. For example, some insiders noticed updated animation of the appearance of icons on …

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Surface Go 4 could be built with an ARM processor » Community

Surface Go 4 could be built with an ARM processor

The Windows Central portal reportsthat Microsoft is considering using an ARM processor in the next generation of the Surface Go tablet, although the final decision on this matter has not yet been made. In fact, users have long been asking Microsoft to move Surface Go to Windows on ARM, as devices based on Qualcomm Snapdragon …

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Microsoft, Apple and Google intend to implement passwordless authentication on all platforms » Community

Microsoft, Apple and Google intend to implement passwordless authentication on all platforms

  Microsoft, Apple and Google announced about the intention to implement passwordless authentication next year on all mobile, desktop and web platforms that they control. Thus, passwordless login to accounts will soon work in Windows and macOS, as well as in Chrome, Edge and Safari browsers. It is reported that users will be able to …

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