Above: A display at a Microsoft Windows press event in San Francisco on Sept. 30.
Image Credit: Jordan Novet/VentureBeat
SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft today announced its next generation of its Windows operating system.
It’s not Windows 9 or WindowsOne.
The company is “stepping across into a new way of doing things,” Terry Myerson, executive vice president of operating systems at Microsoft, told the press today.
Microsoft wants to make it easy for developers to build applications for multiple devices, and that will be possible with Windows 10, Myerson said. And a single store will sell the applications for multiple devices, he said.
The initial focus is on desktop, but gradually Microsoft is moving the new components of Windows 10 to touch-enabled devices, said Joe Belfiore, corporate vice president of the operating systems group at Microsoft.
One new feature worth noting: Internet search results can show up in the new start menu, Belfiore said.
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