While the Windows 10 Facebook app is pretty great for serving your Facebook needs, you may prefer to use the Messenger portion only, as many do on mobile. That's where the upcoming Facebook Messenger Windows 10 app comes in, which we get a first look at today courtesy of screenshots leaked by Windowsblogitalia.
There aren't any big surprises aesthetically: it's pretty much what you get now. However, it includes more features such as GIF support, voice, a like button, and so on.
Not pictured: notifications, live tile support, contact groups, and message forwarding.
In short, there's quite a bit to look forward to for Messenger users. We'll have more as it comes.
Update 3/9/16: A Facebook spokesperson has stated to us, "We're testing Messenger for Windows 10 to a small percentage of people in a few countries. We don't have any additional details to share at this time."
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