Microsoft Windows 10, which will be propelled for PCs this mid year, will be the Redmond-based tech company’s last Windows OS rendition, said Jerry Nixon, a Microsoft worker and engineer evangelist, at the organization’s continuous Ignite meeting in Chicago.
“Right now we’re releasing Windows 10, and because Windows 10 is the last version of Windows, we’re all still working on Windows 10.” That was the message from Microsoft employee Jerry Nixon, a developer evangelist speaking at the company’s Ignite conference this week.
Nixon said Microsoft secretly made its base for Windows 10 when it launched Windows 8.1 last year, and that with Windows 10 it will be pushing out regular updates to the OS instead of introducing new versions.
Microsoft is as of now said to have designed applications like Xbox, Mail and even Office for consistent month to month overhauls in Windows 10. The outcomes will however will be reflected after a couple of months. The firm has additionally been trying the OS with Windows Insider members as distinctive OS rendition fabricates both for PC/tablets and cell phones.