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As we said a little while ago, it seems that there are little to no obstacles in Microsoft’s path to regaining its glory, and the conference starting today is yet another proof that CEO Satya Nadella has big plans for the company. A few days ago, the tech and business artist and his team unveiled the Microsoft Office suite for iPad and promised even more surprises this week, so here we are, waiting to be amazed. Specialists agree that the next cards Microsoft will play in the immediate future are going to revolve around the Windows 8 operating system and its regular updates.
Given the fact that Windows 8.1 was released recently, the next set of adjustments will come in the shape of new buttons added to the Start page to make using easier for the customers who are still relying on the traditional keyboard and mouse. The said buttons are Search, Power, and Settings and Microsoft also promised the implementation of easier ways of closing apps. Windows 8 updates have been questioned before by the users, but now the company doesn’t want to make any mistake.
Microsoft’s annual Build software developers conference will also address the subject of new updates to the Windows Phone system to upgrade its efficiency for the corporate environments, updates including VPN support and even dual – SIM choices for busy entrepreneurs who need to fast change their carrier in order to reach more and more connections.
Apparently, Mr. Nadella has big dreams and plans for Microsoft, and so far, they seem they are working. On the company’s agenda specialists spotted other projects, such as the integration of the Windows Phone 8 OS into smartphones, the integration of Windows 8.1 into desktops, laptops and tablets and the XBox OS to their gaming console. However, all these Windows 8 updates and other innovations are still under a reasonable doubt, as no official release dates or prices have been made public, but it is likely that the updates will become available by the end of the month and accessible for free.