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Windows 10 to be expected by Fall 2015

cjmagowan  —  4 years ago ( Dec 06, 2014 )    |    Computing, Gadgets, Mobile, Technology


Most of us are expecting to see a general availability of the next generation Windows operating system from Microsoft. As one of those who have access, thus taking the risk to use an unsupported software (that is when you use software under beta testing which isn’t released officially in public), We’ve found too many things to get excited about as Microsoft has ironed out most of Windows 8 features that garnered much complaints from existing users.

In addition to that, Microsoft will also be adopting a unified naming convention for the company’s operating system to all platforms that includes the desktop, mobile and server platforms. No long ago, reports went online that Microsoft is also undergoing internal testing of Windows 10 for mobile devices. At it was confirmed earlier, Microsoft will be updating all existing and upcoming Lumia devices running Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 8.1 devices to Windows 10 for mobile when it will be readily available by next year. As for non-Lumia devices, given the compatibility of the handsets running the current Windows Phone OS, they are likely to be updated as well but it would be up to the device manufacturer if they are going to update their existing devices or not.

Just this week, Microsoft Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner said that the plan is to release another developer preview by early summer next year and then by early fall 2015 Microsoft will launch Windows 10 to the public. Initial preview for the Windows 10 Mobile SKU is expected to be showcased by early 2015 which will work not only to Windows Phone devices but also to all ARM-based and Intel-based tablets.