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Microsoft working on “Interactive live tiles”. Watch the three official demo videos

Microsoft has now confirmed that they are working to bring Interactive Tiles in future Windows 10 builds. The three demo videos below become much more interesting now and provide with a good idea about what Interactive Tiles will look like and how they will make our lives easier.Interactive tiles1Yesterday, links of some videos demoing “Interactive live tiles” on Windows were posted by Twitter account @h0x0d. Later Microsoft research site pulled those videos only to be downloaded and retained by few. We could manage to get all three video on our YouTube account and you can go ahead and watch “interactive tiles” in action.

The interactive tiles look more like a widget and much more usable on Windows or if they come to Windows Phone, chances of which happening now is more than ever. So, one doesn’t need to leave start screen for interacting with any app and more information, notifications can be displayed by accessing the tiles only.

Interactive live tiles video demos:

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  • Michael Fernandez

    WOW, WOW and WOW… i think this will come along with the very first wave of the RedStone updates at-least for the insiders for sure…

  • Eze

    windows 10.1?

  • Taking a snapshot of the chat screen on the Windows Tablet and continuing the conversation on the phone was amazing.

    • Actually, it seems to be more like synchronization.

  • If they are not meant for public, you’d be receiving a take down notice soon 😛

    • Kamal

      Still waiting :P. Anyways they look good and coming in future, and I don’t think Microsoft will make it more obvious by sending take down notice 🙂

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