"Right now we’re releasing Windows 10, and because Windows 10 is the last version of Windows"
That was the message from Microsoft employee Jerry Nixon speaking at the company's Ignite conference this week.
Microsoft launched Windows 8.1 last year, but in the background it was developing Windows 10.
Microsoft has altered the way it engineers and delivers Windows, and the initial result is Windows 10.
Instead of big releases, there will be regular improvements and updates. Part of this is achieved by splitting up operating system components like the Start Menu and built-in apps to be separate parts that can be updated independently to the entire Windows core operating system.
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