On Wednesday, Microsoft intends to stop their Windows Live brand, a trade name which is used to refer their wide selection of computer and Web services. Microsoft accepted that it was complex for users.
A Statement has been issued by Company VP Chris Jones, in a article Wednesday.
This created some amount of customer confusion.
He further explain that
Windows Live program and applications were created on versions of Windows that was not developed according to a cloud service and for that reason, they believed to drop the Windows Live Brand.
To be honest It is clear from Company official statement, the Windows Live brand didn’t grab the public’s mind, and from now on Microsoft has made a decision that cloud is actually a perfect instead of a brand.
Jones also mentioned that
“The names we used to describe our products added to that complexity.”
Microsoft is actually stating that whenever you sign in to some device, you’re signing in to the cloud also and you do not need to consider a additional step of moving over to Microsoft Live’s website. It doesn’t matter which computer you are using, your files, programs, documents and apps will go along with you.
Jones stated that company is additionally scheming to make it more convenient for customers for connecting third-party programs, for example Linked In, Twitter, or Facebook, for their program of cloud services. Considering the release of Windows 8, he said Microsoft make use of easy, descriptive titles for their cloud services and make an effort to provide customers a standardized experience, no matter if they sign in from a Computer system, tablet, or even smartphone.
Still date for final version of Windows 8 has be confirmed by Microsoft. There is some news in market that Windows 8 Release Preview is scheduled for June 2012.
The following is Microsoft’s hassle-free chart describing the brand new names: