Microsoft adds a People Bar with the Windows 10 Creators Update
We have revealed many supposed revelations and confirmed updates about the Windows 10 Creators update and now we are acquainting you with Microsoft’s latest initiative that is to add a People Bar to Windows 10.
Also called “My People”, the People bar is designed to allow users of quick and easy sharing of photos and files along with ease of accessibility. The bar features a set of faces on the bottom right corner of the bar that is to provide quick access to your favorite people, whether it is on Skype, Facebook, Mail or any other app of your choice. placed on the Windows Taskbar, the People Bar apart from showing your recent contacts, will also feature a drag and drop access to files and multimedia for forwarding or adding, without having to launch a third party application Tapping on the faces, you can access your conversations on several apps with that individual.
Powered by Microsft Skype, the user-centric bar allows users to edit and modify a range of emojis according to their own taste via ‘Shoulder Taps’ that is basically designed for 3D customized messages and emojis. It looks like Microsoft is resolute on making their Windows 10 OS, a domain platform for social networking.
With Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is making 3D, 4K gaming and Xbox broadcasting accessible for everyone.
“Over the last decade we have seen an incredible explosion of ways to connect with people,” Microsoft’s Allison O’Mahony said. Unmentioned was Facebook, the giant Microsoft once tried to buy for $24 billion.
These features will be landing on Windows 10 with the Creators Update in early 2017.
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