Microsoft wants you to upgrade your Prius with a Tesla. That’s the analogy used by Joe Belfiore, corporate vice-president, operating systems group, Microsoft, at the Windows 10 launch event in San Francisco to highlight the leap taken by the company with the new operating system (OS).
“I am hopeful that with Windows 10 Microsoft will address the issues plaguing the previous version.” The performance of Windows 10 is going to be critical for Microsoft in view of Windows 8 having received a lukewarm response and XP’s sunset, said Sanchit Vir Gogia, chief analyst at Greyhound Research.
“We believe under Satya’s leadership, Windows 10 should be able to win back the trust on their OS,” he said, referring to new CEO Satya Nadella.
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