New Videos From Microsoft Enhance The Appeal Of Software

New Videos From Microsoft Enhance The Appeal Of Software

Microsoft finds a way to make a boring looking software rather attractive. The tech giant came out with sizzle movies related to windows terminal and SharePoint. These were similar to the video that one sees for a surface device. Recently at the seminar of Microsoft ignite, we saw the release of three new sizzle videos associated with tasks yammer and fluid framework. They follow the strategy that is also followed by the SharePoint movie. This approach emphasizes transforming the boring look of the softwares. Companies often use yammer as networking support. Modifications are being made in order to alter the appearance of the software and make it look more appealing. The sound of paper reams and pops of color add to the appeal of the software.

Sizzle Videos And Sleek Look

Microsoft’s tasks video is very similar, as it starts with a bubbling button that splashes the screen with color. Microsoft has utilized surface hardware in the sizzle videos; this helps in achieve a sleek look. The starting two videos are related to applications, and the third one is about Microsoft’s future. The fluid framework from Microsoft is an attempt to give power to future collaborations. The fluid is made specifically to act as a component-based model document that can be used as a plug for AI and services. The video of Microsoft tries to elaborate using building blocks and lass objects though these videos do not have a lot for properly describing it. Microsoft has explained these concepts in a better light in a recent meeting. The videos are a production of Tendril, a design bureau; they serve as a rising trend for the company; it is anticipated that we will see a lot more of these videos in the coming future.

Kaylee Smith is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cyber security, malware, social engineering, Games,internet and new media. She writes for Ms-Office products at or

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