The latest update to your Phone app has made it possible for users to make calls through Windows 10. Microsoft had previously provided users with the ability to sync text messages,
notifications and photos from their Android phone with the Windows 8 PC, and now has unveiled a new feature.
Recently, Redmonds announced that they have been providing users the ability to make phone calls through your Windows Phone app. The new calling feature in your Phone app lets users connect directly to your Windows Phone 8 directly from your PC.
This phone call feature is very useful and useful and you just need to install your Phone app from the Windows 8 Store. Of course, if you’ve already installed this program on your PC, don’t forget to update to the latest version. Last but not least, to use this feature on your Android phone you need to have version 7 and newer.
New Windows 10 icons are coming
If you’re tired of the monotony of Windows 8 icons,
be happy because Windows icons are going to be replaced with a more modern look.
Microsoft in a web post detailed the new design of Windows icons. This time around, in addition to changing the Office icons, Microsoft has taken on a wider scope and more images of different icons have been displayed.
Some of the images you see in the photo above were already displayed, but others were unveiled for the first time.
New icons have been introduced for Notepad and Paint;
it’s been a long time since the icons have changed. The icons for these apps are definitely set to become more modern. The mobile data app will also be given a more colorful icon.
Microsoft has announced that it will redesign more than 4 icons at this stage. In this version, even the Windows logo appears in a different color (it had already been displayed).
In an internet post, John Friedman said that adapting an icon theme to two Microsoft products and then extending it to five practical icons was exciting and daunting at the same time.
Microsoft has put a lot of effort into this vast activity. To accomplish that, different design teams and product teams had to come together, as Microsoft decided to integrate all of its home customers, small companies and large executives into what it considered a rare company.
It is not clear, however, whether these icons will really be integrated into all users when they are released.
These new icons, based on Microsoft’s new design language Fluent Design System,
communicate in a varied but interconnected design system and play the role of translator. The idea is that the new icons can appear on a wide range of devices with different screen sizes and different form factors.
Microsoft has not yet announced when these icons will be available. Hopefully, these icons will come as an update to Windows 8 , not as an update to different apps.