Microsoft need to keep the name simple – Windows 9
Recently, there has been speculation that Microsoft might change the name of the next generation of Windows.
So instead of calling it Windows 9, they might call it “Windows One”, “Windows 365”, “Windows Threshold” or even just “Windows”.
I strongly recommend Microsoft stick with Windows 9.
You see, over the years, consumers and businesses have grown accustomed to differentiating the different versions of Windows by their names.
Windows XP is old and long in the tooth, Windows 7 is beloved, Windows 8 not so much, on and on it goes.
The last time Microsoft tried to deviate from the standard and introduce a new non-familar name, it didn’t really go so well.
Remember Windows RT? Can you tell me what RT means?
Also, maybe it’s just a coincidence but Vista, ME and RT all didn’t do well. Hmmm
Ultimately the challenge here is to get some distance away from the current Windows 8.x Operating System and not confuse the masses.
The objective is to start fresh and help businesses focus on the benefits of the new version of Windows.
The best way to do that is to make the name simple.
Windows 9. The next version of Windows. No controversy. Intuitive.
What do you guys think?