Microsoft Thanks Partners For Adopting Windows 10; Pledges Collaboration With Silicon

Posted: Jan 18 2016, 4:42am CST | by , in News | Technology News


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Microsoft was very delighted at the just concluded CES 2016 to observe that several partners including Lenovo, Acer, Toshiba, HP, LG, samsumg, Asus, and Dell among others won more than 50 combined major awards – companies that all adopted the new Windows 10 for their latest flagship products.

According to Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President for Microsoft, Windows and Devices Group, Microsoft is delighted to observe that hundreds of new devices are using Windows 10 – and this is giving more options to people around the world using Windows 10. To this extent, Microsoft is positive that over 200 million devices use Windows 10 globally.

“We’re humbled by this early success and we’re grateful to our partners who are helping make it happen,” Myerson revealed. “In addition to our OEM partners, throughout the design of Windows 10, we’ve been working closely with our silicon partners, including Intel, AMD, NVidia, and Qualcomm, on collaborative engineering to ensure Windows 10 takes full advantage of new silicon features.”

Microsoft promises to partner with organizations the more in the areas of performance, imaging, connectivity, power, graphics and more and Windows evolve with more users. To this extent, the organization is resolved more to collaborate with silicon, platform, and hardware innovators and partners. This, according to Microsoft, is what drives investments and focus.

Microsoft commends its latest work with Intel’s new 6th generation Intel Core processors dubbed – Skylake. “Compared to Windows 7 PC’s, Skylake when combined with Windows 10, enables up to 30x better graphics and 3x the battery life – with the unmatched security of Credential Guard utilizing silicon supported virtualization,” the company said.

Microsoft promises that the organization will look forward to partnering, investing, innovating, and updating its performance across devices that use Windows 10 and Skylake.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
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