Final Note

Microsoft put a new emoji in Windows 10

Kai Ryssdal May 5, 2015
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Final Note

Microsoft put a new emoji in Windows 10

Kai Ryssdal May 5, 2015
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While this particular final note might not be suitable for younger audience members, it does kind of give you a whole other level of respect for Microsoft.

According to the emoji-tracking website Emojipedia — yes, that’s a real thing — the software company that everybody loves to hate is going to introduce a new emoji when it rolls out Windows 10 later this year.

It’s technically called: “Reversed hand with middle finger extended.”

You can call it what you like.

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