Microsoft announced the next Windows version of Build on June 24th

Microsoft announced the next Windows version of Build on June 24Th: after revealing the next generation of Windows at Build last week. The company began sending out invitations to the media, and it was announced that CEO Satya Nadella and Chief Product Officer Panos Panay will lead the event. At the build Nadellas said that he has been testing the new Windows 10 for several months.

He added that the company is now creating more opportunities for Windows developers and welcoming creators looking for an innovative new and open platform to develop, distribute and monetize applications. This refers to a rumored update to the Windows Store that will make it easier for developers to bring their apps to consumers.

Microsoft announced the next Windows version of Build on June 24th


The announcement of the event follows the news that Microsoft has ended development of Windows 10X, an OS variant intended for dual-screen. one year ago, the company shifted the operating system to focus on single-screen devices, creating a strong competitor to Chrome OS. Now Microsoft returns to Windows 10. The company plans to bring Windows 10 features back into Windows 10.
When it came out in 2015, I found that Windows 10 was a great combination of the best features of Windows 7 and 8. It had a cleaner desktop than Windows 7, additional touchscreens and the Smart 8 Start menu returned.
Windows 10 was the first sign of how different Microsoft was under Nadella, who in 2014 took over as CEO of Steve Ballmer. First, he announced that Windows 10 would be free for all users for a year, a massive departure from Microsoft's previous policy of charging for each new version. In doing so, he encouraged users to say goodbye to Windows 7 and 8 and made Windows 10 a viable platform for developers who wanted to develop modern apps.
We've already seen many dual-screen PCs, such as Lenovo's annoying Yoga Book, and the door for Microsoft is wide open to encourage more PC manufacturers to take the plunge. I'd wager that Microsoft will incorporate much of the dual-screen functionality of Windows 10Xs into its operating system.

Microsoft also needs to work on Windows support for ARM devices, where its current operating system holds back flagship hardware such as the Surface X. As Apple switches its computers to the ARM-based M1 chip, it is Microsoft's turn to help PC manufacturers do the same.

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