Microsoft’s Windows 10 is coming back in 2020, and it will be one of the most powerful and popular versions of the OS ever.
In fact, the company is already planning for the day it will make the OS available to anyone, with the goal of enabling everyone to use it on their desktop or laptop.
That includes everyone on the planet.
In a video posted to YouTube on Monday, Microsoft’s senior vice president for product strategy, Matt Martin, explained the new Windows 10 will be “the greatest operating system ever.”
He said that “once you get to a Windows 10 machine, you can’t go back to anything, not even Windows 8 or 8.1.”
Microsoft also promised a “new way to work” on the operating system and said it will allow “everybody” to “work in the modern world.”
Microsoft said that Windows 10 would also “build on the foundation of Windows 7 and Windows 8.”
The video showed off some of the new features of the Windows 10 operating system.
First, the system will include a new Start Menu with its own “tabs” that are “similar to those found on Android phones.”
Next, Microsoft will offer an option to “open apps directly from the Start Menu.”
Finally, it will offer “a new ‘Metro’ UI that will be designed to make your experience feel like it was designed for the modern Web.”
Microsoft is also working on a new desktop app called “Microsoft Edge” that will allow users to access their files on a tablet or laptop with a mouse and keyboard.
Microsoft has not yet unveiled a release date for the app, but Martin said in the video that it is “in the early stages of development.”
Martin said that the new system will be released in the spring of 2020, which is also the year Microsoft will officially release Windows 10 for PCs.
This year’s release date will be the last to be set, and Microsoft has said that it will “keep adding features” to the operating systems.
The new Windows features are expected to help the company gain new users.
“People want to have a better experience on their PCs,” Martin said.
Microsoft’s goal is to create “a universal platform,” and that means Windows 10 won’t just be an OS for the desktop, but will be a platform that will run on the phones, tablets, and even smartphones.
Martin also announced that Microsoft would make “new Windows 10 apps for iOS and Android.”
He also announced “the launch of a new Windows Store.”
It was unclear how the new store will work.