Microsoft Windows 10
- Verkäufer: Microsoft
- Version: Windows 10
- Veröffentlichungsdatum: 29. Juli 2015
- Emojis: 1422
The first release of Windows 10, version 1507, added support for emoji modifiers, as well as other changes to increase cross-platform consistency. It was otherwise similar to Windows 8.1.
This release was superceded by Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2, 2016.
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Über Microsoft Emojis
Emojis from Microsoft are supported on PCs and tablets running Windows 11, Windows 10, as well as Xbox. There were also available on Windows phones prior to them being discontinued. These are provided by the Segoe UI Emoji font, although some applications continue to show black and white emojis from an earlier release.
As of the Windows 11 November 2021 update, the platform includes the new Fluent emoji design set that was first previewed ahead of 2021's World Emoji Day. Windows 10's last emoji update was the May 2019 Update, which supported emoji from up to early 2019's Emoji 12.0.
Support for Emoji 14.0 has been released in beta for Windows 11 users signed up the to Windows Insider developer program.
Note: Microsoft Teams and Skype use a different emoticon set with an alternative animated design.
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