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New Microsoft OS 'Threshold' to combine Xbox, Windows, Windows Phone features

Washington, Dec. 03 : Microsoft's new unified operating-system is reportedly codenamed "Threshold" which is said to include updates of all three OS platforms, Xbox One, Windows and Windows Phone.


Microsoft Executive Vice President Terry Myerson recently mentioned the codename in an internal email, which refers to the wave of operating systems across Windows-based phones, devices and gaming consoles, ZDNet reports.

Microsoft plans to support the same core set of "high value activities" across platforms, like documents, decision making, IT management.

The company is also about to deliver an update to Windows 8.1, known as Windows 8.1 Update 1, in 2014.

--ANI (Posted on 03-12-2013)

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