Windows Developer Dashboard gets a makeover ahead of Build 2017

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Microsoft’s annual developer conference, Build 2017, starts tomorrow. Ahead of Build 2017, Microsoft has started rolling out a new, revamped developer dashboard for developers with a new user interface and improved features. According to Microsoft, the new dashboard incorporates different programs into one central hub where developers can manage their apps, track the progress of their apps as well as finding new ways of reaching more users.

This is the second major revamp for the Windows Developer dashboard since the original one Microsoft introduced following the launch of Windows 10. The new dashboard follows the Microsoft Desing Language guidelines, so it looks quite a lot like a Windows 10 app.

If you have a Windows Developer account, you can check out the new dashboard right here. Microsoft is still rolling out the new update, so it may not be available for you right now.

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