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Satya Nadella confirms next generation of Windows 10 in Build keynote

Today was the first day of Microsoft's Build 2021 conference, which began with a keynote from CEO Satya Nadella. He teased "the next generation of Windows" during his short keynote.

Here's the deal: With this show, Windows 10 is almost an afterthought. When it came to real reporting, there was almost nothing about Windows. The real explanation for this is that Microsoft is organising a huge Windows event in June where it will show off Sun Valley, a massive OS update.

Nadella spoke about the importance of Windows and other Microsoft products during the keynote's speech, saying, “Across all the opportunities I’ve highlighted today, Windows is implicit. It’s never been more important. Windows 10 is used by more than 1.3 billion people to work, learn, connect, and play. And it all starts with Windows as a dev box. windows brings together all of your developer and collaboration tools in one place. It lets you choose the hardware you want, works with Linux and Windows as one, and has a modern Terminal. And soon we will share one of the most significant updates to Windows of the past decade to unlock greater economic opportunity for developers and creators. I’ve been self-hosting it over the past several months, and I’m incredibly excited about the next generation of Windows.”

In its most recent earnings, Microsoft saw growth in Surface and Windows 10, and that trend should continue as it expands its device lineup with processors like the ARM-based Snapdragon.

Microsoft is now developing new solutions for developers, and the company hopes that this move will help the company retain its place in the computer industry.

If you're a Windows fan just like me, you'll want to stay tuned because some major changes are on the way. After all, it's the next generation of Windows, regardless of whether it's Windows 10 with a new look or Windows 11.