Microsoft Talks Windows Phones, Pricing and Common User Interface

The President of Microsoft Windows Phone Division, Andrew Lees, recently discussed the future of Windows at the 2011 Worldwide Partner Conference. Lees discussed Windows Phone 7 pricing, Windows 8 and microchips, and the use of a common user interface across all Microsoft operating systems and devices.

Windows Phone 7 provided the basis for the common user interface. Windows 8 will be built upon that same interface, along with Xbox and other devices. According to Microsoft, providing the user with ultimate experience--based upon those users' expectations--is their number one goal.

The President of Microsoft Windows Phone Division, Andrew Lees, recently discussed the future of Windows at the 2011 Worldwide Partner Conference. Lees discussed Windows Phone 7 pricing, Windows 8 and microchips, and the use of a common user interface across all Microsoft operating systems and devices.

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