Leaked Windows 9 Video Shows A Brand New Notification Center And Multi-Desktop Support

Posted: Sep 14 2014, 1:59pm CDT | by , in News | Microsoft Windows

 
Leaked Windows 9 video shows a brand new Notification center and Multi-Desktop support
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The Multi-Desktops offers multiple homescreen tabs, each its own opened program windows.

We are just a few days away from the Windows 9 announcement and we have already been met with numerous leaks that just kept pouring in since the last few weeks. Thanks to the leaks, we got to know a couple of features on the new Windows and this latest leak has brought to us something that looks like a centralized Notifications center and a new Multi-Desktops feature. We have already seen the much awaited and popular Start Menu which has made a comeback with the Windows 9 and appeared in a leaked video and now the same source has presented to us demos of the new Notification center and the Multi-Desktop feature which are both going to be part of the latest edition of the Windows 9.

This demo is based on the Windows 9 Technical Preview version so we can be sure of one thing that this look is not the ultimate look. We have also got a bunch of new pictures which show us these features along with some other ones revealed in the leaks before. One of the video demos also shows the Multi-Desktops which is going to have multiple homescreen tabs.

source: winfuture

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