Windows UI Library 2.8 is released by Microsoft.

The most recent stable version of the Windows UI Library (WinUI) for UWP applications from Microsoft is WinUI 2.8. WinUI’s most recent version includes a number of adjustments and enhancements.

Microsoft Edge may now embed web content in native applications thanks to WithUI 2.8’s support for WebView2. Another adjustment is that Windows 10, version 1809 — Build 17763, is now the supported version of WinUI 2. In addition to these modifications, WinUI 2.8 also includes a solid selection of bug fixes and enhancements. To find out more about the changes, see the official changelog in its entirety.


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In the Windows UI Library project on GitHub, which houses the Windows UI Library, you can submit bug reports, request features, and contribute community code. Via our GitHub release page or from our NuGet page, you can download any stable release or prerelease of WinUI.

Do you enjoy these changes in WinUI 2.8 if you’re a Windows developer? Post your comments to let us know what you think.

Christopher Woodill

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