The company Microsoft during the exhibition Computex hinted at what might appear in its next operating system. Unfortunately, there were no official statements.
According to Engadget, vice president of consumer goods and devices sales, Nick Parker spoke a lot about the vision of the “OS of the future”, which has a number of key features. First of all, these are “seamless updates”, which are made invisible to the user, without stopping the operation of the system.
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Also, the Microsoft speaker drew attention to security, which in the modern OS should be ensured by the independent operation of all PC elements, continuous performance, that is, the device should be ready to work as soon as it reaches you, and a stable connection due to constant connection to mobile networks or Wi-Fi. For the work of these elements must be responsible for special “activators”.
In his speech, Parker briefly touched upon the use of Microsoft’s experience in working with cloud technologies, as well as artificial intelligence and the parallel use of different input methods like a stylus, voice, touch and even gaze.
We also mentioned cognitive recognition services and functions that allow you to broadcast an image from the screen of an Android smartphone on a PC and control your smartphone using a keyboard and mouse.
Some of these features may appear directly in Windows. However, it is possible that Microsoft has other plans for its OS. The company has officially announced that it is testing a version of Windows 10, which will appear no earlier than 2020. It is not yet known whether it will stop before the global update or the very “modern OS”.