WeHaving been burned by the all-too-sudden UI overhaul with the launch of Windows 8, Microsoft has learned its lesson – the hard way – that the only way to go with innovation is C2B. Not, B2C, as it did with Win 8, where all of a sudden it eliminated the Start Menu and introduced a clunkier UI.
A lot of Windows PC users felt rudely disrupted by the abruptness and intensity of changes in the UI with the release of Win 8. Nonetheless, research and development geared toward innovation is the lifeline of any tech company wanting to compete in the 21st century.
That said, Microsoft launched a Windows Insider program where it conduct dry runs on new features it plans to introduce to Windows 10 OS. This group of beta software users will determine whether or not Microsoft will release the feature into the stable channels; based on their feedback after using the new features.
A new Spin on Multitasking, Apps running in Tabs called Sets
Currently, when you open one application program on your Windows PC, it opens as one Window. Open another app, now you got …read more