Here You’ll Know What’s Next for Windows 10

Microsoft hasn’t finished it off. They want their new OS, Windows 10 to have a better stand for both individual users as well as organizations. Various strategies have been designed so far for this. By enhancing Windows 10 experience across their gaming industry, Microsoft has set out new tactics towards their “One Billion Windows 10 consumer devices” plan. Just read on to know more about what is next for Windows 10.

It is not a hidden fact that rather than Xbox 360, Windows 10 is targeted towards Xbox One. Microsoft is claiming to offer consistent gaming experience across various Xbox One devices by enhanced use of Xbox Live through Windows 10. There are also saying like we can get into multiplayer sessions in a faster way.

What for Corporate Clients?

Till now, Microsoft is less focused towards their enterprise customers in the stand point of Windows 10. But recently there are some attempts from the part of Microsoft to manage PCs in an organization more efficiently. They are claiming that reduced cost in the computer management will be the ultimate result of new updates that are taking over Windows 10 enterprise editions. Setting up device groups with staggered deployments and scaling deployments with network optimizations are known to be the key features of these updates.

Windows is not concluding by this. Windows Store for Business is their next target. This offers some more flexible way to manage Store apps. If require, organizations can create their own private listings of several Windows apps. IE a store within another store.

By Microsoft’s assertion, there are 12 million business computers running by Windows 10- A marginal improvement from their last analysis. But they haven’t updated the number of total Windows 10 PCs till now.

Final Word

There isn’t anything valid material to prove that Microsoft is fooling us about the real time Windows 10 updates. Till now, there have been no complaints regarding this. At the same time, their current focus is more on business computers.