Yesterday was one of the most important days in the history of Microsoft as they finally revealed more details about the future of Windows – specifically Windows 10 and how it will work across Windows devices of all sizes and shapes.
This past decade Microsoft has taken a beating from the technology press, Apple, Google and smaller more nimble companies. Some of this negativity was certainly well deserved, but much of it was unnecessarily taken to the extreme to make Microsoft look bad no matter what.
However this past year, Microsoft has started to really come into it’s own and changed the company around into one that is clearly still very relevant in today’s world. We have seen the revolutionary Surface Pro 3, the launch of Microsoft Band, the major growth of Azure, Office365, Xbox One and other services that make up the 16, billion dollar solutions Microsoft provides.
Yesterday Microsoft took that success another step further by showcasing the flexibility, power, usability of the new Windows – Windows 10. In addition to Windows 10 Microsoft announced their latest big screen, touch friendly display called the Surface Hub and the never seen before, innovative, “virtual reality” device called the HoloLens.
There is no way I could write in depth about all that Microsoft announced yesterday, so I have decided to start compiling a list of related articles from other sites that I can reference in the future as we learn more about Microsoft’s future for Windows and Windows 10.
- Watch the full Windows 10 Event Here
- Windows 10 to be a free upgrade for Windows 7, 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1 users
- Microsoft Reveals New Notification Center In Windows 10
- Windows 10 is empowering developers to dream again
- Windows 10: How it works on Laptops and Tablets
- This is Windows 10’s New Start Screen
- Goodbye Windows Phone, Hello Windows 10
- Everything Microsoft Announced at Windows 10 Event
- Microsoft HoloLens
- Windows holographic will let NASA explore what Curiosity sees on Mars
- Up close with HoloLens, Microsoft’s most intriguing product in years
- Publisher of Grand Theft Auto 5 already tried HoloLens, called it ‘extraordinary’
- Hands-on: Microsoft’s HoloLens is flat-out magical
- Here’s what it’s like to use Microsoft’s Amazing New Holographic Headset
- Microsoft Surface Hub
- Take a look at Microsoft’s Surface Hub in action
- Microsoft’s new Surface Hub is a dream digital whiteboard for businesses
- The next chapter of Office on Windows
- Office 2016 will be released later this year
- Microsoft announces Office 2016, coming in second half of 2015
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- Project Spartan and the Windows 10 Preview Build
- Windows 10 will ship with two browsers
- What Microsoft annotate The Verge with the new Windows 10 web browser