Microsoft just unveiled its next operating system, which it has decided to call Windows 10 instead of Windows 9. According to The Verge, Microsoft designed the new operating system to run on the ”broadest types of devices ever,” which suggests it will unify the tablet, desktop, laptop and mobile experiences in some fashion. Windows 10 will offer one application store that can be used to purchase apps across all platforms. Microsoft says there’s “one product family,” “one platform” and “one store” for Windows 10 devices.
Since it’s an operating system build around all types of devices, Microsoft is taking the opportunity to specifically target the enterprise market, where companies can deploy not just a phone, but perhaps another device like a laptop or tablet, out in the field to employees. IT managers will be able to manage all of the devices from one place.
The "Metro" start screen and Microsoft's traditional Start Menu have been combined; no longer is the screen one huge grid of tiles for desktop users.
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Source The Verge