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Videos and Pictures of Windows 9 Have Been Leaked, Showing New Features and More!


With the 'Technical Preview' set to appear either later this month or shortly afterwards, pictures and videos of Windows 9 have leaked around the internet just recently, and display several new features such as multi-desktop, the return of the start menu, and the ability to run apps such as the store in windowed mode and a new notifications bar(see above).

A picture of the Multi-Desktop

The multi-desktop feature appears to let the users switch between multiple sets of the desktop, allowing users to have more than one desktop in use at a time and manage through different set-ups, such as having different sets of apps open in each desktop, kind of like the "Workspaces" seen in Ubuntu Linux.

The Multi-Desktop in action.

The new notifications bar(see first picture) appears to give you notifications from the Windows Store apps, but it might have more to it than what it just appears to be currently.

Another screenshot from Windows 9

Unfortunately, the leaks do not show any major changes or new features(if there are any), but we do see the return of the fan beloved start menu and the multi-desktop, which appears to be a great addition and would help avoiding crowded tabs and taskbar. It cannot be said whether the notifications are a good addition or not, and users are giving mixed response towards it.

You can watch the Multi-Desktop and the notification bar in action in these videos leaked by WinFuture, below!

The Multi-Desktop in action:

The Notification Bar in Action:

Do you like the new features or are they a let down? Leave your comments, suggestions, feedback and issues in the comments section below!

Muhammad Junaid

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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Sunday, September 14, 2014