Windows 10: Almost all of Microsoft's engineering teams collaborated on "next Windows" internal memo

  1. labeeman's Avatar
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       30 May 2014 #1

    Officially, no one at Microsoft is talking about the next major version of Windows, although we know that the company is working to add a Start menu back to the desktop for a forthcoming Windows 8.1 update. However, that doesn't mean Microsoft isn't working on that project. Indeed, a new Seattle Times story says that the OS will get some input from nearly all of Microsoft's engineering teams.
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  2.    30 May 2014 #1

    With all that "brain power" working on the next update, Windows 8.1 should be a real doozy!
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  3.    01 Jun 2014 #2

    On the other had don't forget the old adage.. Too many cooks.. you know the rest.
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  4. labeeman's Avatar
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       01 Jun 2014 #3

    As long it is not the same cooks that made Windows 8 we should be fine.
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  5. Layback Bear's Avatar
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       02 Jun 2014 #4

    I don't believe the cooks in the Windows 8 kitchen was the problem.
    I do believe the problem in the kitchen was the head chief and he is gone now.
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  6.    03 Jun 2014 #5

    Too many chiefs, not enough braves...
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