The Windows 9 leaks keep coming. Today we have a video of the rumored Notification Center on Windows 9 in action. Yesterday we were treated to two videos showing how multiple desktops would be supported in Windows 9 and how users could disable Live tiles in the Start menu. A new video, again from German site Winfuture.de, shows off a Notification Center running on the desktop in Windows 9.
The video shows how system and app alerts can be viewed in one central location - a Notification Center. You'll notice that as Skype conversation alerts pop up in the upper right hand corner they also appear in the Notification Center.
IS a place for all your notifications on the desktop something you'd be interesting in using on Windows 9?
We're still expecting a technical preview sometime in October. We'll let you know when it drops.
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