Windows 10 was inspired by a vision that computing could be more personal and that your computing experience should be familiar, yet tailored, to the device you are using. With Windows 10, your experiences can move with you across any device, from traditional devices (like PCs, tablets, or phones), to next-gen computing devices that are new or newly imagined (HoloLens, IoT and beyond).
We then invested in our Universal Windows Platform (UWP) to enable developers to build apps that move across devices, automatically adapting to the different device types and screen sizes. So regardless of whether you are using a 5” phone, a 13” notebook, or 24” in All-in-One, the experience should have that familiar Windows look and feel, while enabling you to have a richer experience as the screen real estate grows.
This enables Windows 10 to help people be more productive across their devices, whenever and wherever they are. Software innovations like Continuum, Cortana, and Windows Hello are ways we make Windows more personal and more secure. This week at Mobile World Congress we are excited to showcase a range of devices that embrace these new innovations.