The new Windows 11 looks not only stunningly beautiful, but it will also run Android apps and get them from the Microsoft app store (via Amazon app store).
Here are some info:
- Free upgrade from #Windows 10. The rollout will start from this fall
- Microsoft Teams will be naturally embedded in the OS like Skype used to be
- New app store design
- New user experience combining seamlessly your environment and cloud services
- New windows layout experience
- The positions of your apps organized in a multiple-screen environment will now persist
What is interesting in Microsoft’s business strategy is that they’re pushing the “openness” mindset even more.
The company appears to be closer to the Linux spirit than ever.
Did you know about Microsoft’s recent major moves?
- Microsoft bought Github, the number 1 open source development and CI/CD platform
- Its principal social network became LinkedIn
- It released Visual Studio Code, certainly the best IDE for DevOps engineers. It is open source.
- It acquired Zenimax Media, which includes Bethesda a gaming giant, maker of AAA games like Elder Scroll or Fallout, to enforce its position in Xbox cloud gaming
- The company is enabling the Xbox Game Pass (cloud gaming platform) to run on almost any platform, even on your Android mobile
- Microsoft is the first mover in enterprise Augmented Reality with Hololens
- You can install and run Linux Ubuntu, Debian, etc on Windows. Download these operating systems from the App Store and run them like any apps, thanks to Windows Subsystem for Linux
- Azure Cloud and MS 365 (formerly Office) are both best sellers and cash machines.
So mister Satya Nadella, what’s next?
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