Today at the renewed Windows Hardware Engineering Community (WinHEC) summit in Shenzhen, China, Microsoft shared the future of Windows 10.
Microsoft will make Windows 10 available this summer in 190 countries and 111 languages. Windows has always been global with more than 1.5 billion users around the world and here in China hundreds of millions of PCs operate Windows today. That’s why it was particularly fun to show latest global innovation, Windows Hello, on stage for the first time, and to feature a number of Windows 10 customization for the China market, such as Cortana in Mandarin.
Microsoft to Launch Windows 10 in 190 Countries and 111 Languages We Hope That They Make A Good Start
Microsoft has partnered with Lenovo , Tencent and Qihu 360 to “spur adoption of Windows 10 worldwide.” Lenovo will be offering Windows 10 upgrade services at 2,500 service centers and retail stores in China along with selling Windows phones through China Mobile . Tencent will launch its QQ app and many of its popular PC games like “League of Legends,” “Cross Fire” and “Dungeon & Fighter” for Windows 10. Internet security company Qihu 360 will offer Windows 10 for free to their customers in China. And Xiaomi will be setting up a group of Mi 4 smartphone “power users” with a program to help test Windows 10.