Next Windows will merge Windows and Windows Phone, confirms Nadella

By | July 24, 2014


Windows lover now started expecting to something new and unique with the forthcoming Windows 9, last week only we have got some leaked images of Windows 9, and according to the next major version of Windows is supposed to be released in Spring to Summer 2015, in about a year’s time.

There has been many clues along the way, and now the Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has confirmed that the next coming version of Windows will be the one that mixture of both Windows Phone into Windows.

At the Microsoft Quarterly earning, he said,

[quote]“We will streamline the next version of Windows from 3 operating system into one single converged operating system for screens of all sizes.  We will unify our stores, commerce and developer platforms to drive a more coherent user experience and a broader developer opportunity.  We look forward to sharing our more about out next major wave of Windows enhancements in the coming months.”[/quote]

And also he added that the OS will have a users interface which scales across all screen sizes. Which is absent in current Windows 8.1, there is restrictions that you must have device with the display resolution more than 1024×768, (You can use Desktop but live tile app you can’t).

The news suggests we may see a basic change in the UI of the next major version of Windows Phone coming next year, and that the fundamental differences in features and usability between Windows and Windows Phone may go away e.g.  that if Windows supports Bluetooth keyboards, Windows Phone should also.

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