Unification is the main theme for Microsoft in designing its new Windows OS. The latest Windows 10 presentation supports that the OS will be sharing a common kernel and common app store across all its devices. This looks out to be a relief among all annoyed Windows app developers.
The title Universal touch-friendly interface is changed and now pops up center and front only after detaching the screen section of the convertible device. The interface will stay out of the way if the keyboard is attached in laptop mode. The below demonstration by Microsoft showcases how the new universal notification system is synced across laptops, smartphones and tablets. Deleting a notification will reflect simultaneous changes in all other gears too. The new Toggle menu is added which taps for silent mode, GPS and a simple primary settings menu.
Windows 10 for smartphones will have the full mobile versions of Excel, Word and PowerPoint. The office ribbon has been tailored and shortened for smaller displays. Miracast option is added for wirelessly beaming presentations and other documents. Staples like Track Changes will now be available on Windows 10 devices.
The live titles are made livelier by populating with real-time information. The universal apps like Office will be similar running across laptops, smartphones and tablets with only the interface menus and icons adjusted considering the different scenarios like touch, non-touch, small, large and so on. The suggestions from developers of third-party apps will be taken for all staple programs like Outlook, in order to make sure that the software runs with the closest similar possibility across all Windows gear.
The stability of new Windows 1 will be tested for next few months now until the official version comes out hitting everything, from your lower-end Lumia smartphone , through your 8″ Windows tablet, and even Windows ultrabook, all free of charge – a indeed great for Microsoft.