Windows Threshold build 9834 screenshots leak, shows a lot of new features

Get out a small pinch of salt but new screenshots of Windows Threshold, build 9834, have leaked. Neowin gave them a good look over and they do align to several of the items that we have reported on such as the notification center, the surveys as well and the charms bar moving inside the Modern app windows.

There are a couple of flags, however, as there are missing components that are likely coming to Threshold but this is probably because this is an external build given to partners. 

After digging through the images, there are some aspects that have not been leaked, intentionally by myself, to be able to authenticate images if a leak were to occur. So far, they do look accurate based on what we have seen, although there are some inconsistencies. For example, Internet Explorer does not look accurate in this image and is an older version (more on that later today).

If these images were faked, they were done so with insider knowledge as they are complete in regards to icons, such as those on the feedback surveys, being correct. More so, the 'add a desktop' function is accurate as well and without having seen it yourself, it would be hard to create a fake that is an exact replica.

So, take the images with a grain of salt while we work to verify them further, but so far, these are looking like the real deal.

Source: Winfuture.de

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