Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) finally raised the curtain and unveiled the next version of the Windows – Windows 10. Well, it comes to a surprise that the Redmond giant didn’t name it as Threshold or Windows 9, but Windows 10. The company jumped from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. During the event that was entirely focused on corporate and enterprise people, Microsoft showed new features of the all new Windows 10. However, that doesn’t means that the company is going to roll it today or by the end of this year. Microsoft is not going to release it until 2015.
It represents the first step in a whole new generation of Windows, said Microsoft executive Terry Myerson. The company has also shifted its focus towards the corporate sector, and this new Windows 10 features are amazing to the extent. The company said that they are going to focus on one Windows product across different devices. The Redmond giant have created the OS that has a different architecture but at its core it is the same Windows 10 that will be running on your computer, and on your Surface.
Eliminating the gap between Windows 7 and Windows 8, Microsoft has introduced live tiles and user interface that is similar to that of Windows 8 predecessor. The start menu and taskbar are in front and center.
Belfiore said, “the company wants to focus on personalization, to make the Windows experience particular to individual users’ tastes and preferences.”
“We are trying to hit this balance in just the right way,” he added.
Microsoft Windows 8 when compared to Windows 7, the performance in the market was comparatively low. However, since the company has eliminated the gap between the two, Windows 10 is expected to foresee more profit out this next generation Windows operating system.