Microsoft continues to push the idea that Windows 10 will be an operating system designed to run on all types of devices. Today, the company's CEO Satya Nadella stated that Windows 10 will be able to "run on everything' including Internet of Things products.
Speaking today at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo, Nadella stated:
"Windows 10 is a very important step for us. It's the first step in a new generation of Windows as opposed to just another release after Windows 8. General purpose computing is going to run on 200 plus billion sensors. We've architected Windows where it can run on everything."
These are the first comments that Nadella has made publicly about Windows 10 since the announcement and launch of the Technical Preview of the OS last week. He added, "The Internet of Things end points will need an operating system that's manageable and secure. I feel Windows will be a fantastic operating system to run on the edge."
What do you think about Microsoft making Windows 10 an all-in-one operating system?