Windows 10 Anniversary Update brings a whole new set of emojis
Anniversary Update for Windows 10 is now released, and it brought a lot of interesting additions. One of the additions that you might not notice at first look, but will definitely love once you find it is a whole army of new emoji for Windows 10, just like we told you before.
The update completely changed Windows 10 emoji set, by redesigning some of existing emoji, but also by introducing brand new ones. According to Emojipedia, the new list of Windows 10 emoji now counts 52 thousand emoji! This sound unbelievable, but is completely true, there are infinite combinations of little guys you can use while chatting with your friends.
“Microsoft today released Windows 10 Anniversary Update which includes a completely new emoji design, full Unicode 9 emoji support, as well as interracial and single parent families — a first for any operating system. This version of Windows includes over 52,000 new emojis when all family combinations are taken into account. You read that right, fifty two thousand.”
Emoji on each Microsoft’s platform, including Windows 10 PCs and Tablets, and Windows 10 Mobile devices, were updated with the Anniversary Update. However, only users who already managed to install the Anniversary Update on their PCs are currently able to use all these emojis, as the update still has to arrive to Windows 10 Mobile.
You can take a look at all emoji on Emojipedia, but be aware, it might take a while until you manage to check each one. Also, don’t forget to tell us in the comments, what’s your favorite Windows 10 Anniversary Update emoji?
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