HP has boosted its leverage business by more than 1%.

The American PC and HP manufacturer has unexpectedly a good quarter.

Sales in the last quarter (from August to the end of October) of the fiscal year 2017/18 increased year-on-year by around 10% to $ 15.37 billion (€ 13.50 billion), the company said on Thursday (November 29) in the evening after the close. Net income more than doubled from $ 660 million to $ 1.45 billion. The results exceeded analysts’ expectations. HP has boosted its leverage business by more than 1%.

HP Inc. is a company that continues the hardware operations of the former Hewlett-Packard Group. In the past quarter, she benefited from the revival of the personal computer market, which had previously been declining. Sales of the printers division also increased significantly.

Revenues for the past fiscal year 2017/18 increased 12% to $ 58.5 billion. Net income increased to $ 5.3 billion from $ 2.5 billion in 2016/17.

Office applications have gotten new icons after years, we know more

They are also talking about redesigning the basic application icons in Windows 10.

Microsoft has officially announced a large redesign of application icons within Office. The change will apply to all platforms on which the office solution is offered.

So far, the latest major change in icon appearance has happened in 2013 in connection with the arrival of Office 2013 – even the new Office 2019 came with old icons.

Of course, the new icons will get all the basic applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook, while the redesign is designed to cover other Office 365 applications such as SharePoint and Microsoft Teams and Skype solutions.

Individual icons are “composed of two panels”. Through letters from the application name, they refer to what Office they represent. At the same time, the second part of the icon refers to functionality – for example, in Word, lines of text, Excel indicates table cells, OneNote again notes.

New icons will be applied to all platforms over the coming months. First, Office and web mobile solutions will go.

Although Microsoft did not directly communicate the change, the attached blog image also suggests changes to basic application icons in Windows 10. Whether Mail, Calendar, Calculator, and so on.