If you were paying close attention to Microsoft's keynote, you may have noticed the 'back' button in Windows 10 desktop apps - and thanks to images released by Microsoft, we now have a closer look.
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Fans of Microsoft's Windows Phone products have taken to the company's forums pages to express their concerns about a possible removal of the Back button in Windows Phone 8.1.
Microsoft will reportedly kill the physical back button in Windows Phone 8.1, and it may soon support up to 10-inch devices with the mobile operating system.