New Icons on WIndows 10 19569.1000

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Good evening. I download and installed Windows 10 Insider preview now, version 19569.1000, and it was supposed to have new icons for some windows applications, but i don't have. Make the upgrade, but still have the same old icons from the previous version of Windows 10 Insider. May some one help me with this? Thanks in advance.

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the build 19569.1000 was supposed to be installed by January 1st,2020
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I installed only today. It's different if i installed on January, 1st? Isn't the same Build? Shouldn't work equal, with new Fluent icons?

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@VersafixI think your problem is fixed now? :)

btw here is all of the new fluent design icons ^^

 

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Terminal.png

 

To-do.png

 

Weather.png

 

Alarms.png

 

Calculator.png

 

Calendar.png

 

Camera.png

 

Feedback.png

 

Groove.png

 

Mail.png

 

Maps.png

 

Movies.png

 

Office.png

 

People.png

 

Phone.png

 

Photos.png

 

Recorder.png

 

ScreenSketch.png

 

Solitaire.png

 

StickyNotesDark.png

 

StickyNotesLight.png

 

I have all of them except for Sticky notes, Snip & Sketch and Maps.

for anyone reading this, you have to go to Windows Store and update your apps.

cheers.

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@Versafix You need to make sure you update the apps from the Store as well.

 

-Eddie

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And the new Mail Icon killed the live tile functionality in tablet mode for me. Forced obsolescence?@HotCakeX 

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Correction: After switching the live tile off and on a number of times it started updating again @Jacques Van de Meerssche 

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In the last webcast on Mixer, they explained they are looking for ways to replace the Start menu with a version that doesn't use live tiles
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@HotCakeX 

 

That's not what we said.  There are no plans to eliminate live tiles.

For anyone curious to the conversation, please review the VOD of the webcast here:

https://mixer.com/WindowsInsider?vod=SI_ocOdgcUexGSfZj2JAiQ

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So these websites are lying?
https://www.techradar.com/au/news/microsoft-finally-shows-off-the-new-windows-10-start-menu

 

and this

https://www.theverge.com/2020/3/3/21163687/microsoft-new-windows-10-start-menu-design-live-tiles-cha...

 

and I didn't say you are going to eliminate it. I said you are looking for ways to replace it.

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@HotCakeX 

I'm the host of the Windows Insider webcast.  I'll simply ask that you watch the video for yourself and see/hear firsthand what was said.

But as an important note, it's explicitly called out that live tiles are still a thing.  And please see attached image of a quote from the article you've noted below.

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I was online when the webcast was happening live, unfortunately Mixer website is very slow and laggy, I couldn't watch more than 5 minutes.
my connection speed is high. I can watch YouTube 8K 60FPS without any lags. but on Mixer, everything is so slow. I will see if I can download the stream and watch it from a media player on my PC.
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Microsoft Calculator was supposed to get a new icon in Windows 10 version 2004