On Friday, Microsoft announced the next major milestone for the Windows 10 operating system: its “Next Gen” release.
The new “Next” moniker is an important one for a lot of reasons.
For one, the OS has undergone a lot more updates in the past few years, including major updates to the Windows kernel and its operating system-wide operating system (OS) codebase.
The OS has also been updated several times in the last year, with a number of notable new features.
As Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella put it, “Windows 10 will become the OS of tomorrow.”
But that doesn’t mean that Microsoft’s OS is completely dead.
It still has an audience, and many of those who have bought into the Windows ecosystem know that they can’t completely uninstall it.
But if Microsoft’s next-gen OS can do something that the previous “next” OS never could, and with new features and a lot less bugs, then it could become a much more attractive choice for businesses.
“Windows” has always meant more than just a name in the Microsoft ecosystem, and the OS will continue to be used in a variety of ways for years to come.
But for a large swath of the Windows user base, Windows 10 is just a tool for the company to work with.
Microsoft is hoping that its next-generation OS will allow businesses to focus on the new features they want, rather than on what’s available now.
“Our new OS will be the operating system of tomorrow,” Nadell said.
Microsoft has been pushing this line of thinking for a while.
The company announced a new “Devices” section on its website in January, which has a section called “The Next Gen.”
The next-Gen section promises that the company will be “removing barriers” to getting the OS “just right.”
The section explains that Microsoft is moving away from “traditional OEM packaging” for its Windows software.
It will instead use “a new way of packaging Windows,” which will make it easier for companies to offer “great value for your customers.”
Microsoft is also pushing the new OS to “customers” who are willing to pay more for Windows 10.
In the new section, Microsoft says that the “Next gen” OS “will be designed for businesses and end users to deliver the Windows experience you want, at the lowest price.”
Microsoft’s new “next gen” promises to be more secure and faster than the previous version of Windows.
It promises “the smoothest, most secure experience on the planet.”
It also promises that “the new operating system will be even faster and better than Windows 10.”
Microsoft will also be adding a lot to its developer ecosystem.
According to Microsoft, its “next generation” Windows will include a “nextgen” “distribution platform” that will allow developers to deliver more features to the OS and for developers to write new apps and games.
It is also planning to offer a “platform for cloud services and the development and delivery of apps” in the next version of the OS.
“Developers will now have the ability to create their own apps on the Next gen Operating System,” the section reads.
Microsoft also says that it will be offering a “continuing suite of productivity tools” in its next version.
It says that “new ways of working” will make life easier for “people and teams of developers who are building apps.”
“Microsoft has spent a long time developing Windows 10 for businesses,” said Mike Ybarra, the CEO of developer-focused consulting company Waze.
“This is the perfect time to bring that experience to all our customers.”
And, of course, the company has also said that its Next Gen OS will enable the creation of “better ways of doing things.”
“We know the Windows community is excited to get Windows 10 into their homes, offices, and businesses,” Ybarri said.
“We look forward to showing the next generation of Windows what is possible.”
But will this “nextGen” OS be “better” than Windows 7?
Microsoft’s answer to that question is that it is not, because it does not offer any new features or new features for businesses that are not already using Windows 7.
“The new Next Gen operating system is designed for business and enterprise users to get the Windows Experience they want,” the next-generation section reads, “at the lowest cost.”
And Microsoft is promising to “remain focused on the features that matter most to businesses.”
“The next generation operating system provides the best way to get faster and safer, safer, and more secure,” Microsoft says.
“As we continue to improve our OS, we will also continue to work closely with businesses to ensure the best Windows experience for them.”
And it is unclear how the “nextGeneration” version of “Windows will compare to Windows 7.”
Windows 7 is no longer the OS that people are running.
Microsoft’s Next Gen is designed to give businesses and organizations the best OS possible.
It also does not give businesses the ability