Windows 10 is getting this new feature from Windows 10X

Windows 10 21H1 update

When Microsoft first announced Windows 10X during last year’s
Surface event in October, Microsoft positioned the OS as
software designed for dual-screen devices, such as its own
Surface Neo. Microsoft recently said the plans have changed and

Windows 10X would first be coming to single-screen laptops.

In late May, we exclusively reported that
Microsoft will add some of the Windows 10X features to Windows
10. Now, it appears that some of the modular operating
system’s key features will be coming to your device “sooner
rather than later.”

With Windows 10 Build 20185, Microsoft has added a new panel
that will let you insert emoji, GIFs, and even clipboard
content. The brand new emoji or clipboard panel has several new
features and it has been redesigned to offer a better

Emoji Panel featured

There’s a new homepage where you can access your most recent
used emoji and GIFs. You can also search for your emojis and
GIFs, which are a new addition to the emoji panel on Windows

Windows 10’s new panel will let you access symbol and kaomoji.
The emoji panel also integrates a feature called “Clipboard
history”, which lets you see a list of items that you have
copied to the clipboard recently.

Emoji Panel

This new clipboard history supports text, images, HTML content,
and it can be synced across your devices. You can also delete
the history of the clipboard or turn off the feature from the

Currently, Clipboard history stores a maximum of 25 entries and
the oldest items will disappear as new ones appear.

Windows 10 Emoji Panel

Windows 10 takes clipboard and emoji experience to another
level with this emoji panel, which is expected to arrive with
the next feature update.

Windows 10X features for Windows 10

In addition to the emoji panel, rumours have suggested that
faster Windows Updates experience is also coming to Windows 10,
which could mean that some updates on Windows 10 will install

Windows 10 is also expected to get the new Action Center with a
focus on productivity and streamlined experience.

At the moment, it’s not yet clear when these features will make
their debut on Windows 10.

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