Beacon Transcript – Many have been wondering what the future has in store for the Microsoft Windows system as the company is set to release a new batch of products that will probably be led by the Surface PC.
The computer giant’s new products release will take place on October 26, and will most probably have the Surface PC as its star and center.
The new Surface Book 2 comes with a redesigned device which should ensure a safe closing when the product is folded and closed like a laptop. It is said that it will sport a 4K display and run on Intel’s KabyLake new processors.
The new Surface product should also increase the status and boost the Windows operating system to the front once more.
In a technological world that is slowly but surely being taken over by the mobile operating systems the likes of Android and iOS, the PC industry has been marking a steady decrease.
As Microsoft’s tries of entering in the smartphone area have not been met with the best results, and the use of PC’s on an ever lowering decline, there are many voices wondering what the future hold in store for the Windows operating system.
Microsoft Windows is still the most commonly used and vastly widespread operating system, but most consider that the system should start doing more than just releasing new PCs and instead start developing the system.
That is not to say that the company has not been planning some ambitious new projects that will assure their position as lead or at least key player in possible future trends.
Although the modifications to the operating system have yet to have registered that big of an impact, they could still potentially carry it through the next decades.
The new Windows 10 operating system has a wide array of compatible devices, from the usual PCs and laptops to Hololens holographic goggles, VR headsets, and even smart hockey tables.
The system can virtually be used on any device in need of an operating system and includes both current and future such smart devices.
It also comes with the Windows Store, an app terminal which already includes Windows app variants for the likes of Uber and Facebook affiliated to the respective companies themselves, but should start developing variants of the more recent trendsetter apps the likes of Snapchat.
As the Microsoft Windows operating system is set for a short to medium time period, there still are some that consider that company should either be raising or start renouncing the system as the wind of the mobile operating systems is blowing through its windows.
Image Source: Wikimedia