NS Windows 11 just received some emoji Nice-looking new hardware, as you’ll remember, is fluent in style and modern looks — but it’s not coming to Windows 10.
They arrived earlier this week as part of a preview update for Windows 11, so officially they’re only still in testing even on that OS, even though Microsoft ships it all for Windows 11 in December (on Tuesday). on December 14).
The emoji — which includes the paper clip replaced with Clippy, the iconic wizard that pissed off, I mean, helped us in Word at the time — won’t make it to Windows 10, or at least it looks like Microsoft’s plan, as was reported by Newer Windows.
The site claims that Microsoft has no intention of porting modern emojis to Windows 10, and that they will remain exclusive to Windows 11, at least for now. Windows Latest also indicates that Microsoft may change its mind in the future.
Of course, many Windows 10 users will say that they won’t lose much sleep due to the lack of updated emoji, and that’s fair. It’s not a big deal, and it’s not a reason anyone should upgrade to Windows 11, that’s for sure.
Having said that, it’s nice to have and porting it to Windows 10 wouldn’t be. It takes a lot of work. Perhaps Microsoft thinks it will be a little strange, because the old OS did not have the advantage of overhauling the fluent design style. It comes with Windows 11.
Whatever the reason now, we can see that they were eventually moved, the report notes. Which relieves the stress of some users who haven’t updated Windows yet but want new emojis. In the meantime, Windows 10 users will just have to stick with the tired old vanilla emoji.
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