Microsoft wants those developers to make apps for the OS that will work with everything from small smartphone screens to the Xbox One console to large touchscreen devices like the upcoming Surface Hub. In a blog post today, Microsoft's Kevin Gallo stated:
As you might expect, interacting with an app on a small smartphone touchscreen is different than using the same app on a larger tablet or the Xbox One. Gallo wrote:
We will certainly learn a lot more about Microsoft's app plans for Windows 10 in late April and early May when the company hosts its 2015 Build developer conference in San Francisco.
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