Windows 10 comes and Windows 10 Mobile is not far behind.
As users switch to Microsoft's new operating system for their PC, will they also accept Windows 10 mobile version?
It is expected that Windows 10 will be transferred to a computer in mid-July. Mobile version will probably start this fall. Microsoft invests heavily in both formats and hopes consumers will ultimately make Windows Phone a real challenge to Android and iOS competitors.
Up to now, Windows Phone devices have had a slight recording in the United States but have made some better managers.
According to a report in Customs Today *, the phone has 10.1% stake in the UK, Germany, Spain, France and Italy mobile phone markets. It owns only 4.8% share in the US Microsoft hopes Windows 10 Mobile will change all that.
To this end, it has launched "Build 10051" to expand mobile OS. This features "Project Spartan" and a number of refurbished applications, including mail, calendar, phone and message.
Project Spartan is a company's plan to update the default Windows browser and replace it with Internet Explorer. It will feature more modernized frames, paired down read mode interface and Microsoft digital assistant Cortana.
The goal of Microsoft is to create a new operating system with an operating system with a natural experience, no matter what platform you use.
Microsoft is creating a new app store through its Universal Windows code, if you run a test version of Windows 10 on your computer you will notice the odds in the store.
In the beta store, you can view or purchase applications and software with credit cards, gift cards and payment brokerage.
Also, you can buy movies and TV shows. Music is not available, but the current music application gives you access to the music you have on your phone. Songs stored on OneDrive are also available.
New video recorder has been streamlined and lets you see all movies and applications.
The camera application, the Xbox app, and the Universal Office app will be part of this new building. Candy Crush History will not be understood as it is part of any Windows phone.
Some comprehensive applications work on both Windows 10 phones and computers. This includes Office, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The office for the device will also work the same. The beta app store has these for download.
Experts say Microsoft is working on a new version of Outlook Mail and Outlook Calendar for Windows 10 touch. You can get a full word machine and all the same functions and formatting tools as word processor.
"People, Phone and Cards" has also been reviewed. You can make a quick chat in the text community. The maps have been updated to what you would find on your computer.
All innovations and updates seem to be a strong step forward for giant technology. Microsoft makes a great bet on Windows 10 for PC and Windows Phone, but Microsoft may ultimately spend the time and resources needed to increase its position on the mobile phone market.