Today, the American multinational technology corporation Microsoft has revealed that it will not port the new smooth 2D emoji pack from Windows 11 to Windows 10.
According to Windows Latest news, the American corporation has finally begun to release new emojis based on Fluent Design in production channels for Windows 11 users.
The new emoji experience is based on Microsoft’s smooth design, which goes well with Windows 11’s modern appearance and feel. This updated Fluent emoticon collection also works with Unicode emoji 13.1 and up.
With the release of Windows 11 KB5007262, a new emoji package experience was introduced. This is a new cumulative update that is optional. Without the user’s authorization, it will not be downloaded or installed.
Although KB5007262 is an optional cumulative update, Microsoft has stated that the emoji experience will be made essential in Windows 11 soon.
In other words, these new emojis will be delivered in December 2021 during “Patch Tuesday.”
Microsoft, on the other hand, appears to have no intentions of introducing these new emojis to Windows 10. The new emoji will remain unique to Windows 11, and Windows 10 users will not receive any new emoji, at least for the time being. This, however, could change in the future.
Unlike earlier Windows Phone emojis, the new emojis appear to be more modern, bright, and intriguing.
On the other hand, the new emoji does not resemble the Microsoft-announced 3D update version. The new emojis in Windows 11 is two-dimensional rather than three-dimensional.