Microsoft CEO speaks about converging Windows

Posted on Wednesday, Jul 23 2014 @ 13:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Neowin writes Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke about the upcoming Windows platform during the company's earning call. While not exactly new information, Nadella confirmed that the software giant will be converging their three major operating system branches into one architecture that fits screens of all sizes:
On the earnings call, Nadella talked about how they will be combining the Windows effort. He said that they will streamline the three operating systems into one converged operating system for screens of all sizes and that they will unify all of their stores to make it easy to discover apps that work across the entire ecosystem too.

At the end of the call, during the question and answer session, Nadella clarified what he said when probed for more information about if they would be doing away with their enterprise SKUs. When answering the analyst's question, it was more about having one team with a layered architecture to bring all of Windows under one roof and one store.


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