- The annual Microsoft Build conference already began and developers made impressive announcements.
- CEO Satya Nadell stated that Windows will receive its most important update of the last decade.
- Microsoft is also working on a new store app that will unlock a better economy for developers.
- The tech company also disclosed that we can expect to see these major updates take place very soon.
With the 2021 Microsoft Build event well underway, we can all just sit back and take in all the important announcements that have already been made so far.
The future looks bright for Microsoft and the grand implementations that developers have revealed are just around the corner.
Windows receives its most important update of the decade
Right from the very start of the Microsoft Build 2021 conference, CEO Satya Nadella blew everyone’s minds by stating that Microsoft will soon release one of the most significant updates to Windows of the past decade.
He also mentioned that one of the important targets that they want to achieve is to unlock greater economic opportunities for developers and creators.
And soon we will share one of the most significant updates to Windows of the past decade to unlock greater economic opportunity for developers and creators. I’ve been self-hosting it over the past several months, and I’m incredibly excited about the next generation of Windows.
Nadella continued talking about this absolute change for Windows by saying that he has been also testing the next generation of Windows in the last couple of months.
Let’s all keep in mind the fact that the complete system makeover we all know as Sun Valley is already on its way, so this leads us to believe that something even greater is about to happen.
Also referenced in his keynote was the brand new Microsoft Store app that is in the works at the moment, a project that vows to unlock a better economy for developers and creators within the operating system itself.
This news will be welcomed with open arms by users everywhere, considering that it will allow them to submit any Windows application.
Previous rumors may have suggested that the tech giant may even give permission to third-party commerce platforms in apps, so that developers could actually avoid paying Microsoft’s commissions.
What’s next for Windows?
Judging from what Satya Nadella announced at the 2021 Microsoft build it is entirely possible that the operating system could be looking at a lot more changes than just the user interface.
He also implied that these significant changes are about to happen very soon, so we can expect major updates announcement, or maybe even an event, in the coming weeks.
It appears that Microsoft is undergoing many projects that will completely change the way we see and interact with Windows.
The future never seemed as close as it does now and we can all just rejoice with the new opportunities that will be created once the waters calm down a bit.
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