Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Microsoft is ready to allow the installation of external widgets

According to new details, Microsoft is preparing to allow third-party developers to create and distribute custom Windows 11 widgets through the Microsoft Store.

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FireCube studio has unveiled evidence of an upcoming upgrade as part of the widget update. Offering external widgets will make Windows Widgets more useful in everyday work.

For now, the Microsoft Store offers only basic widgets from the company, such as a calendar, to-do list, photos from OneDrive, weather, traffic status, and more.

The Windows Widgets option can be accessed by pressing the Win + W keys on the keyboard, clicking on the widget key in the taskbar, or swiping from the left side of the screen. Microsoft also uses the lower-left corner of the screen to display the time on the taskbar, and many users want the company to allow time replacement with a widget of their choice.

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Recently, Microsoft hinted at improved Windows Widgets, with a full-screen interface, with more space to accommodate all the external widgets of users’ favorite developers.

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