Microsoft Skips to Windows 10
Microsoft has officially announced that the next version of the Windows OS will be called ‘Windows 10’. 10? What happened to Windows 9?
Originally codenamed Windows Threshold, the new operating system essentially does away with the tiled “Metro” user interface that Microsoft had attempted to implement across its entire device line, from desktop PCs to Surface tablets and Widows Phone devices. It is such a substantial leap, according to Microsoft’s executive VP of operating systems, Terry Myerson, that the company decided it would be best to skip over Windows 9, the widely expected name for the next version.
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Well all the speculation is finally over – for the most part anyway.
Windows 10 was launched into the consciousness of Windows enthusiasts around the globe earlier today. It was no more apparent then by the fact Microsoft’s blog post about the next version of Windows and the Insider Program website were knocked offline by the crush of traffic. I think there just might be a few people interested in this upcoming version of Windows.
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