Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has promised to get it right from the word go with Windows 10; Windows 8.1 having faced increased uproar and criticism from users especially on the inconsistency of switching from using a device as a tablet and as a computer. A number of changes are sure to be in the offing when Windows 10 unveils which the giant software maker hopes will be enough in convincing users into shifting their allegiance from other platforms.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) had tried to detach the optional keyboard on Windows 8.1 as one of the ways of improving on user experience a move that only went to make it worse. Fast Forward, Windows 10 is sure to be what users have been yearning for, all along as the company tries to improve on its mobile experience.
A new Tablet Mode will be on offer that aims to improve mobile experience by essentially taking the entire screen when enabled, bringing up buttons that are a little bigger. The entire desktop interface will also convert to one meant for touch screen. While using a Surface Pro 3, a small notification is to pop up when a keyboard is attached or detached. One of a kind the touch-friendly experience is what Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is trying to achieve with all these additions.
The start button is also to make a comeback back on Windows 10, after a massive public outcry. Other notable additions include Microsoft’s voice activated personal assistant, Cortana. A ‘Hey Cortana’ command is also to be on offer, which will give users an opportunity of bringing up a search window where they can request and send emails, set reminders as well as see sport scores.
Windows 10 is not yet fully cooked as more changes are expected to be rolled out heading into the official launch. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) opting to skip Windows 9 altogether for Windows 10 Is a clear indication that the company is more than ready to step into the next generation of computing both on the desktop and mobile front.