Windows 10 The Next Big step of Microsoft

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Windows 10 the next Big OS from Microsoft, Most of App going work from the cloud. eg: Microsoft Office Packages most of them functioning with cloud, That’s might easier to integrate with OS platform and cloud platform. With this OS Update we hope that Microsoft can reduce the software piracy. At the very beginning Microsoft will launch a Windows Insider Program that will give users who are comfortable with running very early beta software access to Windows 10.  This time the Windows Developing team wanted the OS Supporting according to the display size, that mean each and every screen will get a different kind of UI. Windows users will get a better UX experience with Windows 10 OS.

The Look – again the started standard start bar and tiled window system also. One special feature added like multi screens with multi tasking. Windows 10 will still have a Windows 8 like Start Screen for users to touch-enabled machines, for example. Meanwhile, Microsoft might start to work with Next Mobile update also, Microsoft plans to bring one platform in all devices, so seems like Windows 10 also going have mobile rollout. Most of the Windows phone users mentioned that the Windows 8 Mobile OS is light OS to run with mid and high end phones.  Microsoft Mentioning the same system (light OS) they can reach some better range of smartphone market.

Source: Engaget and TechCrunch


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Windows 8.1 Mobile Update By June 24th

In mobile world congress Microsoft mentioned about the windows 8.1 update. Now time to switch for it from coming month onwards windows plans to upgrade the OS. And Microsoft supports this update till June 2017 about 36 months. For windows 7.8 update stoping from coming month. So now Microsoft Team pushes the user to a newer version of their OS, because they finding very hard to move the user to XP to new OS they trying  from Windows Vista but we got new Windows 8.1 OS.

Windows 8.1 mobile update brings lots of internet explorer updates, like data sync, multiple tab, Cortana, the popular artificial intelligence character in the Halo series of video games. Cortana is now available on Beta in the US and a handful of other countries, but is unlikely to come to Asia in the near future. Cortana, the popular artificial intelligence, character in the Halo series of video games. Cortana is now available on Beta in the US and a handful of other countries, but is unlikely to come to Asian Countries in the near future.

With the new 8.1 Mobile Os we can see own background wallpaper toward tiles are designed in this OS transparent way.

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Microsoft New CEO Satya Nadella

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22 years ago Satya Nadella, joined Microsoft, And now He’s the new CEO of the Microsoft INC. Satya Nadella Plans to do more with Mobile platform and the Cloud computing. Earlier, he is the key person in the Microsoft cloud services. Nadella, 46, was born in Hyderabad, India. Growing up, playing cricket was his “passion,” and he played it competitively as a member of his school’s team. “I think playing cricket taught me more about working in teams and leadership that has stayed with me throughout my career.” Nadella used to fly to Chicago Friday nights, attend classes Saturdays and come back to Redmond to work during the week.” It took him two-and-a-half years, but he finished his master’s degree.

Steve Ballmer Sent a letter to all staff letter about Satya Nafella.

From: Steve Ballmer
To: All Employees
Date: Feb. 4, 2014
Subject: Satya Nadella – Microsoft’s New CEO

Today is an incredibly exciting day as we announce Satya Nadella as the new CEO of Microsoft. Satya will be a great CEO, and I am pumped for the future of Microsoft. You can read the full announcement here.

Satya is a proven leader. He’s got strong technical skills and great business insights. He has a remarkable ability to see what’s going on in the market, to sense opportunity, and to really understand how we come together at Microsoft to execute against those opportunities in a collaborative way. I have worked closely with Satya for many years and I have seen these skills many times. He is not alone, though. Our Senior Leadership Team has never been stronger, and together this group will drive us forward.

Microsoft is one of the great companies in the world. I love this company. I love the bigness and boldness of what we do. I love the way we partner with other companies to come together to change the world. I love the breadth and the diversity of all of the customers we empower, from students in the classroom to consumers to small businesses to governments to the largest enterprises.

Above all, I love the spirit of this place, the passion, and the perseverance, which has been the cornerstone of our culture from the very beginning.

Stay focused and keep moving forward. I am excited about what we will do. Satya’s appointment confirms that.

Thanks for making Microsoft the most amazing place to work on the planet, and thanks for the chance to lead.

Steve

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Microsoft announcement about New CEO

Microsoft Corp. Today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Satya Nadella as Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors effective immediately. Nadella previously held the position of Executive Vice President of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise group.

“During this time of transformation, there is no better person to lead Microsoft than Satya Nadella,” said Bill Gates, Microsoft’s Founder and Member of the Board of Directors. “Satya is a proven leader with hard-core engineering skills, business vision and the ability to bring people together. His vision for how technology will be used and experienced around the world is exactly what Microsoft needs as the company enters its next chapter of expanded product innovation and growth.”

Since joining the company in 1992, Nadella has spearheaded major strategy and technical shifts across the company’s portfolio of products and services, most notably the company’s move to the cloud and the development of one of the largest cloud infrastructures in the world supporting Bing, Xbox, Office and other services. During his tenure overseeing Microsoft’s Server and Tools Business, the division outperformed the market and took share from competitors.

“Microsoft is one of those rare companies to have truly revolutionized the world through technology, and I couldn’t be more honored to have been chosen to lead the company,” Nadella said. “The opportunity ahead for Microsoft is vast, but to seize it, we must focus clearly, move faster and continue to transform. A big part of my job is to accelerate our ability to bring innovative products to our customers more quickly.”

“Having worked with him for more than 20 years, I know that Satya is the right leader at the right time for Microsoft,” said Steve Ballmer, who announced on Aug. 23, 2013 that he would retire once a successor was named. “I’ve had the distinct privilege of working with the most talented employees and senior leadership team in the industry, and I know their passion and hunger for greatness will only grow stronger under Satya’s leadership.”

Microsoft also announced that Bill Gates, previously Chairman of the Board of Directors, will assume a new role on the Board as Founder and Technology Advisor, and will devote more time to the company, supporting Nadella in shaping technology and product direction. John Thompson, lead independent director for the Board of Directors, will assume the role of Chairman of the Board of Directors and remain an independent director on the Board.

“Satya is clearly the best person to lead Microsoft, and he has the unanimous support of our Board,” Thompson said. “The Board took the thoughtful approach that our shareholders, customers, partners and employees expected and deserved.”

With the addition of Nadella, Microsoft’s Board of Directors consists of Ballmer; Dina Dublon, former Chief Financial Officer of JPMorgan Chase; Gates; Maria M. Klawe, President of Harvey Mudd College; Stephen J. Luczo, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Seagate Technology PLC; David F. Marquardt, General Partner at August Capital; Nadella; Charles H. Noski, former Vice Chairman of Bank of America Corp.; Dr. Helmut Panke, former Chairman of the Board of Management at BMW Bayerische Motoren Werke AG; and Thompson, Chief Executive Officer of Virtual Instruments. Seven of the 10 board members are independent of Microsoft, which is consistent with the requirement in the company’s governance guidelines that a substantial majority be independent.

Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

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New CEO’s Message

From: Satya Nadella
To: All Employees
Date: Feb. 4, 2014
Subject: RE: Satya Nadella – Microsoft’s New CEO

Today is a very humbling day for me. It reminds me of my very first day at Microsoft, 22 years ago. Like you, I had a choice about where to come to work. I came here because I believed Microsoft was the best company in the world. I saw then how clearly we empower people to do magical things with our creations and ultimately make the world a better place. I knew there was no better company to join if I wanted to make a difference. This is the very same inspiration that continues to drive me today.

It is an incredible honor for me to lead and serve this great company of ours. Steve and Bill have taken it from an idea to one of the greatest and most universally admired companies in the world. I’ve been fortunate to work closely with both Bill and Steve in my different roles at Microsoft, and as I step in as CEO, I’ve asked Bill to devote additional time to the company, focused on technology and products. I’m also looking forward to working with John Thompson as our new Chairman of the Board.

While we have seen great success, we are hungry to do more. Our industry does not respect tradition — it only respects innovation. This is a critical time for the industry and for Microsoft. Make no mistake, we are headed for greater places — as technology evolves and we evolve with and ahead of it. Our job is to ensure that Microsoft thrives in a mobile and cloud-first world.

As we start a new phase of our journey together, I wanted to share some background on myself and what inspires and motivates me.

Who am I?

I am 46. I’ve been married for 22 years and we have 3 kids. And like anyone else, a lot of what I do and how I think has been shaped by my family and my overall life experiences. Many who know me say I am also defined by my curiosity and thirst for learning. I buy more books than I can finish. I sign up for more online courses than I can complete. I fundamentally believe that if you are not learning new things, you stop doing great and useful things. So family, curiosity and hunger for knowledge all define me.

Why am I here?

I am here for the same reason I think most people join Microsoft — to change the world through technology that empowers people to do amazing things. I know it can sound hyperbolic — and yet it’s true. We have done it, we’re doing it today, and we are the team that will do it again.

I believe over the next decade computing will become even more ubiquitous and intelligence will become ambient. The coevolution of software and new hardware form factors will intermediate and digitize — many of the things we do and experience in business, life and our world. This will be made possible by an ever-growing network of connected devices, incredible computing capacity from the cloud, insights from big data, and intelligence from machine learning.

This is a software-powered world.

It will better connect us to our friends and families and help us see, express, and share our world in ways never before possible. It will enable businesses to engage customers in more meaningful ways.

I am here because we have unparalleled capability to make an impact.

Why are we here?

In our early history, our mission was about the PC on every desk and home, a goal we have mostly achieved in the developed world. Today we’re focused on a broader range of devices. While the deal is not yet complete, we will welcome to our family Nokia devices and services and the new mobile capabilities they bring us.

As we look forward, we must zero in on what Microsoft can uniquely contribute to the world. The opportunity ahead will require us to reimagine a lot of what we have done in the past for a mobile and cloud-first world, and do new things.

We are the only ones who can harness the power of software and deliver it through devices and services that truly empower every individual and every organization. We are the only company with history and continued focus in building platforms and ecosystems that create broad opportunity.

Qi Lu captured it well in a recent meeting when he said that Microsoft uniquely empowers people to “do more.” This doesn’t mean that we need to do more things, but that the work we do empowers the world to do more of what they care about — get stuff done, have fun, communicate and accomplish great things. This is the core of who we are, and driving this core value in all that we do — be it the cloud or device experiences — is why we are here.

What do we do next?

To paraphrase a quote from Oscar Wilde — we need to believe in the impossible and remove the improbable.

This starts with clarity of purpose and sense of mission that will lead us to imagine the impossible and deliver it. We need to prioritize innovation that is centered on our core value of empowering users and organizations to “do more.” We have picked a set of high-value activities as part of our One Microsoft strategy. And with every service and device launch going forward we need to bring more innovation to bear around these scenarios.

Next, every one of us needs to do our best work, lead and help drive cultural change. We sometimes underestimate what we each can do to make things happen and overestimate what others need to do to move us forward. We must change this.

Finally, I truly believe that each of us must find meaning in our work. The best work happens when you know that it’s not just work, but something that will improve other people’s lives. This is the opportunity that drives each of us at this company.

Many companies aspire to change the world. But very few have all the elements required: talent, resources, and perseverance. Microsoft has proven that it has all three in abundance. And as the new CEO, I can’t ask for a better foundation.

Let’s build on this foundation together.

Satya

Microsoft Windows 8.1 pre orders are open now

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From now onwards for new laps pcs will get the 8.1. Now it’s starts with pre order stuffs but soon All the windows user gets the. 8.1 update. The user who running windows 7 they also. Will get the update soon , only. Vista and xp users wanted to install windows 8 then they can upgrade it 8.1 updates. With this update ie and sky drive getting the update.

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Microsoft Made a deal with Nokia for $7.2 Billion

Microsoft has announced that it plans to acquire Nokia’s devices and services business, as well as license its patents and mapping services in a $7.2 billion deal. The transaction, expected to close in the first quarter of 2014 pending approval from Nokia’s shareholders, will be paid in cash. The Redmond, Wash. software giant will pay $5 billion to buy the devices and services division and $2.2 billion to license the patents.

Microsoft also published an email from CEO Steve Ballmer to company employees, describing the acquisition. His note, in part, reads as follows:

“Our Windows Phone partnership over the past two and half years has yielded incredible work — the stunning Lumia 1020 is a great example. Our partnership has also yielded incredible growth. In fact, Nokia Windows Phones are the fastest-growing phones in the Smartphone market.”

For now Nokia only the company completely trusted and going with Windows OS with their smartphones. So now Microsoft Plans to take over the Mobile Section of Nokia Company. So what’s going to happen for Microsoft Smartphone. Or else Microsoft Planing to do something link Google Nexus and other android phones.  Recently Nokia informed that about Amber update it a special update for Nokia Lumia phone.

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Microsoft Skype Adding 3D Support

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Recently Skype Celebrates 10th Anniversary, After Tagging with Major IT Company Microsoft, Skype made lots of new updates, And still improving it a lot. Now Skype try to implement the 3D format Video chat with TV’s and Laptops. But still the no idea  about the 3D capturing technology.

“We’ve done work in the labs looking at the capability of 3D-screens and 3D-capture,” Skype vice president Mark Gillett told the BBC during an exclusive interview. Gillett explained we have the right display technology already — we see that in our computer and TV screens — but the camera tech is still holding up 3D video.

So in future any one needs to be talking 3D Format the wanted get a 3D Capturing  Cam to support. And how this 3D function will work with Smartphone now days most of them moving from PC and Laps to Smartphone. If Microsoft planning to launch 3D format video chat they should give the Capturing solution also together.

Steve Ballmer Sigining off from Microsoft

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Another Microsoft CEO stepping down it’s not a good since to Microsoft, within one year steping down mean some issues with the company? lots of questions popping out, No direct replacement has been lined up, and as such, he’ll remain on-board as CEO until the committee finds the right person.

One thing’s for sure, whoever does take Ballmer’s place has a tough road ahead of them, as the desktop market share continues to erode and Microsoft struggles to gain footing in the mobile space, even after the launch of Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8. No word on what the big man plans to do post-Microsoft, but here’s hoping he gets a little rest and relaxation in the meantime.

Find a Company CEO is not easy and especially for Microsoft.  But for now several tech blogs  mention that Microsoft is building a better base with Nokia windows Mobiles, even Nokia makes very powerful hardware Smartphone for reliable prices.  Let wait and see what Microsoft management going to pick a new CEO and who is he/she?

Upcoming Nokia Lumia 825 Leaked informations

Nokia Planing to launch a 5 inch Smartphone to the market, And the spec also pretty cool, The smart phone is set to feature a quad-core processor, clocked at 1.2 GHz and of the mid-range variety. This coincides with earlier leaked specs of a quad-core WP8 device we heard back in June. for now we did get any image of this phone, check out the Spec:

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Windows 8.1 Update with Big changes

Microsoft will launch its next major update to Windows — Windows 8.1 — on Oct 18,  The release will be available one day early inside the Windows Store, so all Windows 8 users can get it Oct. 17.

This time Windows going to bring some better features with up coming update and some mean while recalling the start button. So now days most now days most of the tech blogs and the Windows Fans are waiting for this updates and for now we got some images in venture beat site have a look at those images. we can talk about the windows  8.1  once it released.

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Motorola Moto X First look Flagship Mobile

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Motrola (Google Company) Planning to release an Android flagship phone, The Reason for this sort of changes Google took over the Motrola Company so thats the special of this sudden changes. Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside confirmed it in his interview at the D11 conference.  And he mentioned “We have a hero device that’s coming out that’s going to be called Moto X”

In this mobile Motorola Specially Mentioned about the the Camera Quality. but when we comparing with Nokia Lumia 1020 the cam quality is low, one thing i have to mention that Nokia’s Cam quality range is bit higher than other mobiles.

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once we comparing with high end cam phones it bit disappointment only, but other features are good.  Running Latest Android jelly bean and 8 core processor.  The phone’s support very well with Google voice detection function.  but the tech people are expecting some more better features from Motorola.  Upcoming days we can expect some more better feature phone from Motorola & Google Android.

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