In the verge of trying to merge mobile and desktop user experience, the software king, Microsoft, will soon reveal its latest OS in April, of course this year.
Windows 9 platform will also have to trounce user resistance to a more mobile style layout for desktop devices. The company’s current OS suffered criticism from users when it removed the classic Start menu, and spurred 3rd party software that restored it.
The prominent Microsoft blogger, Paul Thurrott revealed that the Windows 9 OS will be shown off in April, and will also see a return of the old desktop screen.
The new design, which has earned the name “Threshold”, will be unveiled at Microsoft’s BUILD developer conference in April, and will be in the market next year.
The company is also expected to have named its replacement CEO by the time of the conference, enabling the new boss to show off the new software.