Microsoft reveals its next chapter with Windows 10
REDMOND, Wash. -- At its "Windows 10: Next Chapter" event, Microsoft demoed its Windows 10 operating system across numerous devices. The company also introduced its Surface Hub service and its augmented reality platform, Windows Holographic with HoloLens.
Spencer also explains that with Windows 10, users can stream games with any device running the OS later this year. For example, if you establish a link between your Surface Pro 3 tablet and your Xbox One, you can stream console-exclusive games like Forza Horizon 2.
The Hub is a platform that facilitates workplace meetings and collaboration, as well as display large-screen apps. For example, it can run OneNote, where people can annotate presentations in real-time with a stylus. Here, a Siemens application showcases a 3D model.
CEO Satya Nadella comes onstage. "Windows 10 is the home for the very best Microsoft experiences," Nadella says. "We're
going to have services everywhere. When it comes to Windows, we're not
building apps, but harmonizing experiences."