Speaking at the Credit Suisse Technology Conference on Tuesday, Renee James, president at Intel said that he is “very enthusiastic and optimistic” about what Microsoft is doing with Windows 10. He praised Microsoft’s policy of being extraordinarily responsive to customers. He said there are about 600 million PCs which are aging and waiting for an upgrade. He feels that a new OS upgrade pushes the refresh cycle.
“When we see a healthy macroeconomic environment and an aging installed base we expect a new [OS] deployment. The [PCs] are fantastic and at new price points. That’s kind of a perfect storm, combined with a new OS, and the OS usually pushes the upgrade cycle,” James said.
Windows 10 is a major OS update from Microsoft. They have combined their PC and mobile Windows platforms into a single Windows that scales from devices which have 4-inch displays to giant perspective pixel displays.
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