Microsoft a company that is known for its Operating Systems worldwide; mostly compatible with PCs is now having hard days because the world has moved on. The conventional user has now moved out from his home and offices with tablets and mobiles having the power and specs of that PC they were once using. Apple, Samsung and other companies over the past two years targeted this new user genre and successfully made their market. Galaxy and Ipads and iphones are now floating in markets and people wants to know what their new version would look like.
Microsoft is about to launch its next version of OS globally this year “Windows 8”. Recently at Mobile world Conference in Barcelona Microsoft revealed beta version of the upcoming Windows 8 operating system. WAIT A SECOND “MOBILE SHOW” …
Yes you are guessing it right this time around Microsoft is coming big. This new windows would not only be used for PCs but for ARM tablets and windows mobile phones as well. This “No compromise touch friendly” OS would target that user market Microsoft let go of some years ago.
“It used to be that it was enough to be able to just carry your laptop around, put it down, plug it in and use it,” Microsoft’s Windows boss Steven Sinofsky said in his keynote address at the MWC. “But now you want devices that you can use while you’re carrying them around or just seated kind of uncomfortably or reclined. A whole new way of using computing has really arisen, and we want Windows to respond to that.”