Tomorrow, 8th April could be a sad day for all those who are still using Windows XP, as it is an official assassination day of it, but there is also a good news that Microsoft is going to stop charging for its Windows Operating System on on the devices with screens smaller than nine inches.Yes, Free a Windows OS for the Internet of Things (IoTs), such as Mobile Devices, Smart thermostats, Smart TVs, wearable devices etc., that was announced by Microsoft at Build 2014 conference on Wednesday.“To accelerate the creation of great mobile devices running Windows and grow our number of users, we announced today that Windows will be available for $0 to hardware partners for Windows Phones and tablets smaller than 9” in size,” said Terry Myerson, executive vice president, OS Group at Microsoft and he also added that it will include a one-year subscription to Office 365.Free Windows, means the manufacturers of small tablets, phones and any other small devices won’t have to buy a license from Microsoft.According to Microsoft, Windows for Internet of Things will use the same code base as Windows Phone 8, which will run only the mobile apps, not any desktop software, and also they didn’t […]
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