Microsoft starts more preparations for building “Redstone”

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#1

We’ve just posted the following news: Microsoft starts more preparations for building “Redstone”[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/07/postwin10-red-95x75.png[/newsimage]

Build 10500 appears in the “th2” lab, signifying that more Redstone preparations have been done.

            Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/microsoft-starts-more-preparations-for-building-redstone-76620/](http://www.myce.com/news/microsoft-starts-more-preparations-for-building-redstone-76620/)

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#2

delivering us new features based on the Windows-as-a-Service (WaaS) concept

I guess it will be time for another O/S to take over MS and become the new O/S kid on the block. If you really think people are going to bend over and pay a online subscription to use the O/S then your hitting the koolaid a little to hard…


#3

The subscription could easily be bundled with other MS services. If your invested in the stack already it would make sense to go for one subscription. Lets wait and see.


#4

[QUOTE=seajunk;2756596]The subscription could easily be bundled with other MS services. If your invested in the stack already it would make sense to go for one subscription. Lets wait and see.[/QUOTE]

That’s not what the mass want so let’s be realistic here. If you want Office 365 then that is your choice but not for those on the road and on the go and need their Office to work online or offline and do what and where they want to use it and not have to worry about having constantly “ON” connection to use the software when there is no internet connections. Until there is broadband everywhere you go and Wifi I doubt streaming Windows subscription will ever take off.


#5

I doubt the OS as a Service will half as well as Microsoft thinks it will. It hasn’t worked all that well with Chrome/Chromium OS, so I doubt WaaS will work either.