While the company has briefly shown what Windows 10 will look like on PCs and tablets, it has yet to show off how it would work on Windows Phone and the Xbox One
So ever since we got news on the Windows 10 of Microsoft, we have been waiting to see how it looks like and we are more than glad to know that the company has been preparing well for its next version of Windows. Back in September, we were able to get a glimpse of the latest Windows version but unfortunately the presentation was more enterprise focused and there were only a few consumer features which were demonstrated. Looks like Microsoft realized just how much we all want to set eyes on what we will probably be working with next year and on Thursday it announced that an event will take place on January 21st at the Redmond, Washington, headquarters where the consumer side of the OS would be detailed.
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After Windows 8, this is certainly a very major Windows release and we are excited to see how the new OS will accommodate the updated interface which is said to have been designed in such a way to overcome the shortcomings of Windows 8 which were experienced on the non-touch screen devices. And with the Windows 10, the company aims to unify the OS as much as possible across the Windows PC, Windows Phone and Xbox lines.
The company says that creating a more unified experience across these various platforms is also going to be quite beneficial for the developers. Developer support has been one area where the company has faced numerous problems as far as the Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone software are concerned.
A glimpse of Windows 10 has been seen on the PCs and the tablets but we are yet to see what the OS looks like Windows Phone and the Xbox One and this is precisely why we are so anxiously looking forward to this event.
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