It has been already confirmed by Microsoft’s COO Kevin Turner during the Annual Technology Conference last December 4 that the latest version of their Operating System, Windows 10 will make its debut next year (2015). More approximately, the latest Windows version will be made available to about 1.5 billion Windows enthusiasts by late summer to early autumn. They will be providing the preview of the operating system by early summer, and all is set from there and then. According to the tightest Apple competitor, Windows 10 exhibits the most detailed and exhausted platform. Further, it will cater flexibly to an extensive number of devices with 4-inch to 80-inch screens.
As we all know, Windows 10 was pretested by some of the Microsoft smartphones this year. It won’t be too long before Microsoft brings Widows 10 OS into their new lines due next year. Redmond’s OS giant had promised its Windows 8 powered Lumia users that the handsets are all-set to be upgraded to Windows. It has been agreed upon that not only Windows-based phones will be boosted by Windows 10. However, upgrading date is yet to be announced officially.
The first preview that Microsoft will hold though will be through its Windows 10 mobile SKU on January 2015. It conveys post Christmas perks as Intel and ARM powered tablets are also likely to benefit from the said OS. There’s no denying that Microsoft is bringing its users to the next revolutionary level of their technology, don’t you agree?