May 2 2013, 3:46am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
Microsoft has just come up with a brand new concept in remote apps. It is called Mohoro. According to ZDNet
, the service takes its name from a place on Comoros Islands in the Indian Ocean. Key members of the Microsoft India Development Center will most likely form the team for Mohoro. This may be one of the main reasons it is codenamed Mohoro. Mohoro in itself is a cloud version. Microsoft has definitely undergone a major makeover via this remote app. It will from now on look spic and span and in tip top condition. The introduction of the new remote app will ensure the image change for Microsoft.
The pay-per-use service will be on the Mohoro.com and Mohoro.Net domains respectively. It could turn out to be a totally new method of using Windows. As for the next version of Windows, it will be termed Windows Blue. Rather than get Windows installed on your PC why not have it relayed direct to your device from the Internet. This is a much easier and simpler way of going about it. Everybody is talking about this new service and it has become the watchword for the times. As for the novelty factor, Mohoro is the first attempt at such an app by Microsoft. Next month at the Developer’s Conference, Microsoft will go into the details regarding this remote app that has the world on edge. All the questions will be answered then. The whole world is waiting around to see how this remote app built with the help of Indian expertise will fare in real circumstances.
Microsoft is known for its innovation and leading edge industrially designed products and services. With the genius of Bill Gates at the helm, it seems the ship can’t flounder. Yet the shoals of competitive trendsetters have always dogged the footsteps of this energetic enterprise. Besides facing such scandals as the anti-trust lawsuit brought against it in the past, Microsoft has had issues with its Windows versions some of which were disappointing indeed. With the Mohoro service, this just might change so that the company looks extra-sharp for once.
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