There is a lot going on in the next version of Windows, which is due in 2015. The new notification center has one purpose only, to put your notifications front-and-center, unlike the notification center in Windows Phone 8.1, this one will pop-up from the taskbar in the bottom right corner of the screen. The Windows 9 notification center demonstrated in the YouTube video uploaded from, shows that notifications pile-up as the arrive as event happens in your system like those from balloon tips when you need to remove a USB drive and those toast-notifications triggered by apps like when receiving a new message from Skype. You can get access to the notification center by clicking an icon in the taskbar. Once opened, notifications will be listed in a chronological order with a name, description, and time, but they are grouped by app. There is also a “Clear All” button to remove all the notifications, but users can delete them one-by-one. Internally the next version of the operating system is known as Windows Threshold, but the leaked is labeled as “Windows Technical Preview”, and a public preview is expected to release in September 30th, with a final release in April, 2015. However I wouldn’t be surprise to start seeing a ISO image of Windows Technical Preview ready for download pretty soon. Source YouTube All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.