Just as rumors indicated and leaks confirmed, Microsoft does have a new version of Windows in development that’ll add the Start Menu back to the Desktop. It’ll be called Windows 10, not Windows 9.
Microsoft formally announced Windows 10 along with some of the upcoming features that users can expect earlier today at an intimate event in San Francisco. Hosted, by newly minted Window head Terry Myerson, Windows 10 will include each one of the features that Microsoft showed off at its BUILD 2014 develop event were on full display.
In introducing Windows 10, Myerson set the tone by discussing how users expect their devices to “just work.” According to Myerson, this new Windows had to be built from the ground up for a “Cloud first, mobile first world.”
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