Windows 9 (Threshold) Technical Preview screenshots leak from build 9834, reveals new features
Well it’s about time! Screenshots of Windows 9 (Threshold) build 9834 have leaked onto the internet, finally showing off a number of new changes which WinBeta and other sources have spoken about. The screenshots reveal the updated Start Menu, windowed Modern-UI apps, taskbar, notifications center and much much more.
WinBeta has been in contact with a number of our sources regarding these screenshots and we can confirm these screenshots are legitimate. They align with builds previously seen by us, and a public leak of screenshots can mean an actual leak of the build is imminent, considering the build is in partner hands and not within the walls of Microsoft.
A few features such as new interactive live tiles and folders within the tile-UI do not appear to be present in this build, but considering those features aren’t supposed to arrive until after the preview launches, this makes a lot of sense. This build includes the beginnings of an updated UI too, with window borders being removed to add a clean effect across the board.
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