report published in the Seattle Times, all of the company’s engineering teams have been tasked to participate in the project. The reason being simple enough — Redmond wants the next release of Windows to be an absolute hit. And while this has also got a lot to do with the companywide reorganization plan that was set in motion when Steve Ballmer was the CEO, fact is that things are much more streamlined now with internal divisions working with each other much more. This is, according to David Treadwell, the corporate vice president of the operating systems group:
“Before, there was a Windows team, a Windows Phone team, an Xbox team. While there was general agreement of the value of (having a) common core and consistency of design, there were organizational lines that we had to cross to achieve that. There just aren’t these barriers now.”No official word, obviously, on what this next version of Windows is the next full refresh, Windows 9, but all signs point to this fact. Exciting news, nevertheless, but we should find out more soon.]]>
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