American software giant Microsoft will roll out Windows 10 for PCs and smartphones this summer. Interesting features such as revamped calendar, Outlook Mail and an all new menu– christened Hamburger– will be the highlights of the latest OS, as confirmed by Albert Shum, Chief Designer at Microsoft.
Further buzz revels that the Windows 10 interface will be based on Spartan and users will access Task switching as a tab. Going by how the company is naming its menu, we smell an Android inspiration but all we know now is that the icon will be of a hamburger and that the menu has been drawn up by Norm Cox.
After a slew of great news, something that further excited us in this context is that Android and iOS application developers can easily port apps onto Windows 10 as well. This was only expected ever since Microsoft joined hands with Cyanogen for allowing the former’s app to feature on Cyanogen updates. More will be revealed at the developers’ conference BUILD by Microsoft. Lined up for the conference are sessions on applications for Microsoft Health and Microsoft Band besides more discussions on Project Spartan.