Microsoft's Windows 10 live event is well under way at Redmond. Terry Myerson took to the stage to talk about Windows 10 itself and how Microsoft aims to bring a more personal computing experience the billions of people who rely on the Windows operating system.
The company identified three main areas ripe for innovation:
- Mobility of experience
- Natural interactions
Myerson states that privacy is respected at the highest level, corporate is more secure than ever before and there can be a level of trust between Microsoft and the customer. As well as privacy and security, the company is also focusing on improving interactions, be it voice commands, pen input or even gaze.
There's certainly more to come with Windows 10, but it's positive to see Microsoft identify key areas to really push through some innovation. Remain tuned to our feeds and live blog for more details!