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Another new update to Microsoft's official Windows 8 blog site discusses the feedback they have received about the operating system's Metro interface, the Ribbon UI for Explorer and more.
In the latest update to the Building Windows 8 blog, Microsoft gives a detailed explanation of the new Windows Explorer, whose ribbon-based interface has been hinted at in early leaked screenshots.
In the midst of the latest Windows 8 welcome screen and Microsoft starting to take action on websites that leak Windows 8 screenshots and features, a new set of screenshots have been revealed by Rafael...
Microsoft wants you to use the Ribbon in your applications. In a session today at PDC, Microsoft outlined Ribbon development and urged developers to include it in their applications. Use la ribbon! ...
Jensen Harris from the Office 2007 design team gave a very rare presentation at Microsoft's MIX08 event yesterday about not what the Office 2007 Fluent (Ribbon) interface is about, but instead how it came to...
Microsoft is using a Web-based comic strip to try to reach a broad set of consumers and convince them that they can benefit from the new Ribbon-based user interface found in Office 2007. While much...
Microsoft has modified its new interface for Office 2007 after complaints from beta testers that the "ribbon" system took up too much screen space. Office 2007 had ditched the traditional drop-down menu approach of most...