According to foreign media quoting Microsoft veteran observer Brad Sams, Microsoft plans to upgrade Windows 10 October Update (also known as Red Stone 5, version v1809, the sixth feature upgrade and seventh official edition of Windows 10 since its launch in 2015) to provide a framework for the Windows department. Recombination.
While we don't know exactly what Sams said about the restructuring, it's not surprising that the Windows Department has taken a stab at it. Today, Microsoft has gradually reduced the importance of Windows internally, and is beginning to focus more on businesses such as Microsoft Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Microsoft 365.
It should be noted that the departure of Terry Melson, who has been in charge of Windows for more than 20 years and has been in charge of Windows since 2013, was seen as a strong signal of a major change for the company, as well as a shift that occurred not only at the product level, but also in the personnel structure. After Merson left office, Microsoft established two new divisions, namely, Experience and Devices, Cloud and AI. Outside analysis, these changes highlight Microsoft's determination to adapt its strategy to the next phase of the technological world.
To be sure, this reorganization of the Windows team, which has long been the pillar of Microsoft's success, will inevitably have a major impact on the way Microsoft works and does business in the future.