Microsoft is revealing more details about its next operating system “Windows 10” as it holds Microsoft Build – its largest developer conference of the year in San Francisco. CCTV America’s Mark Niu filed this report in San Francisco.
Microsoft announces Windows 10 and internet browserMicrosoft is revealing more details about its next operating system "Windows 10" as it holds Microsoft Build - its largest developer conference of the year in San Francisco. CCTV America's Mark Niu filed this report in San Francisco.
- Microsoft seeks to make Windows 10 easier to use than the disappointing Windows 8 — by incorporating familiar start and lock screens, for example– and combining it with its latest technology like Cortana – its personal intelligent assistant.
- But Microsoft stressed that Windows 10 would allow universal apps to work seamlessly across phones, tablets, PC’s, game systems and ‘internet of things’ devices.
- Microsoft emphasized that its services work on non-Windows devices, too. These are versions of Microsoft Office working across Android and Apple products. Microsoft also announced the name of their upcoming internet browser — Microsoft Edge.