With the announcement of Windows 10: The Next Chapter new inspirations and innovations in the world of computers are on the way. Microsoft has paid special attention towards developing the new version of the Windows so that everyone has something to gain from it. With new developments, developers can now gain maximum benefit out of their investment in training, code and tools. This way, they can continue to target new offerings provided by Microsoft.
Windows 10 is being upgraded for free for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, as well as for Windows Phone 8 and 8.1. With Windows 10, Microsoft is aiming to develop a unified development platform for all devices that will make the interaction and communication between the devices faster and smoother.
Now, people can communicate with computers more easily than before. For developers, it is a golden chance as they can build things which they had only dreamt about, by using such platform. Windows 10 has provided a new developer platform capability through many new technological innovations and changes.
Windows 10 will be delivered as a service. This means the Windows device will be upgraded to Windows 10 and Microsoft will continue to provide updates and upgrade the system till user keeps on using Windows 10 operated devices. Windows 10 as a service will allow many users to use the latest version of Windows, as it is available for free. With Windows 10, the time taken by the developer to develop a new app will be minimized to a great extent.
Windows 10 has provided developers an innovative platform where they can try to develop different things. Microsoft has recently announced plans for developers that could help them to use Visual Studio and C# to deliver solutions. Developers can use tools, languages and frameworks to which they are familiar in Visual Studios.
The next aim for Microsoft is to reach out to customers regardless of their location, the type of device they are using or what OS they are operating on, by making use of universal Windows app.
You can read more about this new development on the Windows Blogs.