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David Breyer
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Zac Bowden Apr 21
THE ROUNDED UI ARE COMING
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David Breyer Apr 18
Microsoft seems to completely loose control of design. They desperately need to change and introduce pixel perfect guidelines on how and its apps have to look and behave. cmon is this off center icon the best you could do?
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Daniel Rubino Apr 17
Surface team right now on failing Samsung folding displays
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Panos Panay Apr 17
Pumped to introduce Microsoft Surface Hub 2S 50” & 85” today in New York...these are incredible products designed to bring forward the power of the team. Can’t wait to see what you do with them.
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David Breyer Apr 18
Replying to @Rexobias @Windows
I think that spending resources on UX is crucial to the success of a device, software or company
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David Breyer Apr 18
Replying to @Rexobias @Windows
Windows will play a critical role for the future Microsoft. It will change a lot in the next few years but it will still be the software that powers everything, even more than today
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David Breyer Apr 18
Replying to @praveen4143 @Windows
Yes.. Kinda. It's a little more complicated than that. It probably won't be able to run .exe Programms in most flavours so standard windows will still be around. But, yes, the basic idea is that it can intelligently adapt to every type of device
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David Breyer Apr 17
I really hope the reason for the neglect of The standard UX is because of the effort going into Windows Core OS.... Pls
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David Breyer Apr 16
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David Breyer Apr 16
Replying to @KarmaAutomotive
I really hope the front of the revero looks better in real life
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David Breyer Apr 16
Yes but looking at the quality of the XAML and UWP parts of windows 10 Im not getting my hopes up
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David Breyer Apr 16
True, but has glitches and bugs in the UI that are laughable especially for a company as big as Microsoft. Also they keep breaking things with every new insider release. Things that never get fixed
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زياد 🅴 Apr 15
Built in 1163. Took 200 years to complete. It survived revolutions, plagues, and world wars. Tonight, April 15th 2019, the Notre Dame in Paris burns. All history gone. The world stands helpless as history disappears before our eyes. I’m so sorry
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David Breyer Apr 15
Been playing around with a . Made it painfully obvious how bad the UX is compared to MacOS. The 1 thing needs to fully compete with MacBooks. I really like my Surface book 2 but the experience is so bad
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Neowin Apr 15
Microsoft reportedly working on its own AirPods competitor, Surface Buds
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Tom Warren Apr 14
Google did a lot of “oops” accidents to Windows Phone, too. Same pattern of behavior with its services and Edge. Oopsy this, oopsy that. Good thread
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David Breyer Apr 12
I find it amazing how they are not ashamed to ship this. This is as bad as the software that came on the pixel slate
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David Breyer Apr 12
Replying to @tomwarren
Surface book 2 15, Nvidia gpu sometimes randomly dissappears, taskview perfomance makes it unusable, UI glitches (action center, taskbar when in Auto-hide-mode), settings crashing from time to time, wifi performance seems to be worse
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David Breyer Apr 11
Don't forget the awful mess they call taskview
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Zac Bowden Apr 9
My favorite thing about the Spotify app on Windows 10 is how it's devoid any window animations and also it's slow and laggy.
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