Microsoft is working to keep the user experience consistent across the two platforms, with Windows 10 starting in 2019 and macOS in 2022, Microsoft’s VP of Windows and Devices Mark Russinovich said at the Mobile World Congress today.
Windows 10 and macOS will run on the same hardware.
“We know that we have to continue to keep up with technology.
That means we have Windows 10 in 2019, we have macOS in 2021,” Russinovic said.
While the two technologies may not be quite in sync at the same time, they will be on the road to make sure that they’re always interoperable, he added.
“If you think about it, the hardware has changed over the years, and the OS has changed.
The OS has been updated, the operating system has been improved, and we have made sure that we keep up to date on all of these things.
The hardware is where we’re at right now,” Russins, who is also the general manager of the Windows group, said.
The new OS will allow the devices to run the OS without needing to be updated.
“The hardware is always evolving,” Russkin said.
“And so the OS is the way we’re evolving.
That’s not to say it’s a good idea to have an OS update every year, but it’s certainly something we’re thinking about.”
While Windows 10 will be supported in 2019 as the OS gets closer to launch, there are some things that need to be worked out before the next OS is launched.
Microsoft has also said that it will not be making any major changes to the way Windows 10 works, like the new apps, which are already there.
“There’s still some things we’re still working out, and there’s still a lot of work that we’re going to do to get to that point,” Russrinovic said of the OS.
Windows 10 is set to be released sometime in 2019.
The company said at MWC that the new OS is slated to be ready for customers in late 2019, but has not provided a date.
Microsoft will be releasing new versions of Windows 10 to the public in early 2020.