The obvious advantage (and one of their goals) of this new found reality will be the convergence of app development – the WORA “Write Once Run Anywhere”, coined by Sun Microsystems and now integrated into Oracle.
Another great goal for the new Windows version, openly announced by the heads of this Tech Giant, connects with the desire to simplify the user experience making it as natural as possible for any Windows user, regardless of his/her familiarity with the OS or usage method (keyboard mouse or touch).
One of the main criticisms pointed out to Windows 8 and its successors (8.1 and 8.1 Update) claims that there is a separation between environments, what originates a usage break when transitioning from Desktop through to touch optimized interfaces (Modern interface or Metro, as some users call it). The new interface, which is still in its initial development stage, has the goal of answering the user dissatisfaction through the creation of a more fluid and unified experience.
At BeAnywhere we too look out for user experience and suggestions made by our clients. We too follow the latest tendencies and developments across all of the platforms that we support, and that is why we will be prepared for receiving Windows 10 when it is launched on 2015.
Until then, Be Safe, BeAnywhere.