The Microsoft Windows 10 live-streamed event has come to a close, the future for Windows looks very bright! For those of you that missed my last post, I was looking forward to seeing new hardware and thankfully, I wasn’t left disappointed.
If you were among the many Windows Phone users who were frustrated about the lack of substantial news regarding future plans for Office for Windows Phone, you’re not alone, and Joe Belfiore, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President of its Operating Systems Group, has heard the comments loud and clear.
The Windows 10 Technical Preview was officially released on October 1 after an Enterprise-focused announcement on September 30, and according to Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore, the software has garnered one million users since then:
Hot on the heels of Lumia Cyan updates for Developer Preview, we could also see another Developer Preview update as early as this week.
So says Joe Belfiore, Microsoft’s main Windows man, on his Twitter account:
Joe Belfiore, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President, Windows Phone Program Management has tweeted that Microsoft will expand many of their services beyond the US and the UK, including Zune Pass and support for speech services, for example searching by voice.