Earlier this month Microsoft
announced the development of Windows 10. I know, what about Windows 9? Regardless of what Windows 9 could have been, I’m sure all of the ideas —scattered across hundreds of whiteboards in Redmond—were included in the development of Windows 10. I’m excited, because I think Microsoft finally got it right. In our competitive world of devices, both mobile and desktop-based, Windows 10 will be relevant—more relevant than most. Sitting in my local Starbucks, I see 15 people with multiple devices. I see folks with Lenovo
and HP Desktops
, along with their iPads or iPhones. I see Apple
laptops and iPhones or Droid phones. My point is this: there are multiple devices and multiple platforms out there. To the everyday common user, this may not be pertinent. By “everyday common user,” I mean the folks who use their phones for Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and selfies. However for folks like me who are always working but still want a life, multiple platforms are an inconvenience. Thankfully we can all look forward to Windows 10 to the rescue.