Microsoft Windows 10 users, feeling old? Eh! We do feel as well.
After seeing a lot of updates, upgrades in different fields of tech, Microsoft has teased us with a new generation of windows which is about to announce very soon.
CEO Microsoft teased the announcement during his Build keynote this morning, revealing he has been testing “the next generation of Windows” in recent months.
Talk about what’s coming? Massive UI changes, a new store, and many other new changes and additions are about to come with this new generation. Microsoft CEO appears to reference the store changes here, with a promise to unlock a better economy for developers and creators within Windows itself. Till now, there’s no further update about what’s coming But we are happy to inform you about the arrival of “New Generation Windows”
“Soon we will share one of the most significant updates to Windows of the past decade to unlock greater economic opportunity for developers and creators. I’ve been self-hosting it over the past several months, and I’m incredibly excited about the next generation of Windows. Our promise to you is this: we will create more opportunities for every Windows developer today and welcome every creator who is looking for the most innovative, new, open platform to build and distribute and monetize applications. We look forward to sharing more very soon.”Satya Nadella – Microsoft CEO
Nadela thinks the new generation of windows is interesting. Big UI and a lot of new stuff are on their way. Windows UI is too user-friendly and talking about windows 10, it has the best UI/UX in user’s as well as developer’s perspectives. Windows “Next Generation” will be more fun to use.
Source: The Verge
Windows 10 was launched on July 29, 2020, which is a great hit. Currently, it has become the world’s most popular Operating System. According to Google, In the area of desktop and laptop computers, Microsoft Windows is the most commonly installed OS, at approximately between 77% and 87.8% globally. Apple’s macOS accounts for approximately 9.6–13%, Google’s Chrome OS is up to 6% (in the US) and other Linux distributions are at around 2%.
Microsoft confirms that Windows 10X, its OS originally built for dual-screen devices, will no longer ship. The software maker is now bringing the best bits of Windows 10X, a simplified version of Windows, into the main version of Windows 10 instead. We’re expecting to see some significant UI changes to Windows under something codenamed “Sun Valley.”
We’ll hear more about windows upcoming generation very soon. Till then, enjoy your windows 10 experience.
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