Many gossips and real facts surround the release of Windows 10 and Microsoft’s related gadgets. However, many tech experts want to know more about how the latest components will look like and the software aspect of the upcoming presentation.
They expect the company to reveal two new flagship Lumia phones (950 and 950XL), the new Surface tablet, the second-gen Microsoft Band, along with a series of relevant peripheral gadgets, such as the Display Dock. Microsoft fans will likely find out extra information about Xbox One, a product that will receive the Windows 10 update next month, and probably some details about the HoloLens, the company’s trademark VR device.
There is a good reason why the organization is introducing all these gadgets at the same time. It is meant to provide power to Microsoft’s years-old argument that One Windows is a lot better than several Windows items spread over the course of many months.
One Microsoft does not really mean that a single edition of the new Windows 10 could run on these different types of components. These different versions will share a typical Windows core and a regular Windows Store, which is an increasing series of development resources and various distributed user interface features.
For the new gadgets to be presented on Oct. 6, the company is working towards providing “Threshold 2” to its clients, the upgraded edition of Windows 10. This version is said to be released during the next month, according to recent rumors in the industry.
Threshold 2 might have a wide range of Windows 10 options that were not present in the previous version of the operating system, when it was launched earlier this summer. Such elements include enterprise-data-security support, a Microsoft Store for corporate clients and their own applications and the recent Skype texting and video applications.
The Windows 10 family concept goes beyond the OS itself. The 2nd-gen fitness device is not known to work with Windows 10 installed on it. Instead, the health band will run special firmware that does not have its origins in Windows 10. This compatibility is extremely important to app developers who play an ever-increasing role in the life of the majority of tech organizations working on a global scale.
The Band 2.0 can be connected to many back-end solutions just like other Windows 10 gadgets can: Event Hubs, Application Insights, Microsoft Health and many more programs. The device will be compatible with Windows mobile gadgets, similar to non-Microsoft systems.
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