If you've been keeping an eye on everything Microsoft in the last 10 months or so, you probably know that there's a huge controversy online regarding the way the company pushes Windows 10 on our PCs. From now on, the screen size for Windows 10 desktop editions which include tablets, 2-in-1s, laptops, and All-in-ones can be as small as 7-inches.
Microsoft had previously set the limit at 8 inches but now it thinks that OEMs would rather like to have the option to create 9-inch devices, so it's making it possible for them to do this by changing the specs that OEMs have to adhere to. The company has now been working on coming out with even bigger updates and upgrades for their devices and are currently working on updating the Windows 10 Mobile OS for the users of the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL.
It is curious whether Microsoft also is planning to allow OEMs to run Windows 10 Mobile on Intel-based devices, moving forward.
We have to admit that adding the Windows 10 and Microsoft logos seems to make even more sense that the original, and whoever did this had a really brilliant idea.
Microsoft has thrown its corporate weight into the Brexit debate and come out in support of Britain staying in the European Union for the benefits it offers the business world.