The world’s largest software company is looking to modify its outlook in order to level its losses incurred due to acquisition of Nokia. The CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella has hinted at the surge of one common OS for all the devices of Microsoft. The three Windows operating systems are looking to merge into one and provide a better interface to the user.
Microsoft is leaving no trace of complacency when it comes to changing its outlook in lieu of the losses it incurred due to Nokia’s acquisition. This is no less than great news for the fans of Microsoft as they will be able to sport a single, powerful OS in their devices instead of getting to choose between the three different systems.
Satya Nadella has already confirmed the news on Tuesday that all the versions of Windows will now be combined to become one operating system that will be run on all the devices by Microsoft. Satya Nadella declared, “We will streamline the next version of Windows from three operating systems into one single converged operating system for screens of all sizes”.
These remarks had been prepared well before hand by the CEO of the world’s largest software company. This announcement came when Nadella was revealing the quarterly profits of Microsoft. He also stated “We will unify our stores, commerce and developer platforms to drive a more cohesive user experience and a broader developer opportunity.”
An analyst prompted a question to Nadella on which he expanded his policy and theme and responded,
“One of the beauties of [the] universal Windows app is, it aggregates for the first time for us all of our Windows volume… which is 300 plus million units.”
There had been rumors about such an announcement before as well. In April, the company has asked its developers to come out with universal apps that would work on all the platforms, including the likes of Windows phone, Windows and Xbox devices.
On Tuesday, Nadella cleared the air and stated in a very clear tone that Microsoft is looking to merge all the major operating systems it possesses and make them into one OS to be employed on all its devices. This is seen as a part of the major changes that are being carried forward by Microsoft after suffering heavy losses due to the misfortunes led by Nokia.