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Sep 30, 2014

Microsoft’s New Windows Will Be Called Windows 10

Microsoft has just announced at a press conference in San Francisco that its new operating system would be called Windows 10, contrary to all rumors that have reached the web in the past few months.

Surprisingly, Microsoft isn’t calling its new OS version Windows 9, as everyone believed, or Windows Threshold, as some people close to the matter hinted, but Windows 10 in what’s pretty much the most surprising decision for the “new Microsoft.” Terry Myerson, head of the OS division at Microsoft, said that Windows 10 would run on as many devices as possible and will even span new categories, hinting that it could even power small devices such as smartwatches. “Windows 10 will be familiar to enterprise end users whether coming from windows 8 or Windows 8,” Myerson said, clearly hinting that many requested features would come back, including a Start menu.

"Windows 10 will be compatible with all the traditional management systems used today,” he added. "Windows 10 will be our most comprehensive platform, ever. Windows 10 will deliver the right experience at the right time." Of course, Microsoft’s decision to skip Windows 9 and go directly to Windows 10 is a bit surprising, but the company suggested that it needs a fresh start that would clearly signal the debut of a completely revamped Windows version.

Windows 10 is Microsoft's new OS name
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