Microsoft will launch its new operating system, Windows 10 , this summer in 190 countries and in 111 languages as announced on his blog by Microsoft Vice President Terry Myerson.
The premiere will mean putting aside its well-known browser, Internet Explorer , to make way for the successor program, Project Spartan (Spartan project), as The Verge has advanced .
The new operating system, announced in January, will be available for free to users who have Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1 installed and who upgrade within the first year after launch.
As for Internet Explorer, Microsoft’s marketing director, Chris Capossela, revealed this Tuesday that it will continue in some versions of Windows 10 -mainly in business versions- but it will combine its existence with Project Spartan.
The company wants the new browser, which are seeking a trade name, becomes in the first way to access Internet Windows users.
For his part, the vice president of Microsoft has revealed that they have reached agreements with technology companies so that Windows 10 is integrated into their products when it is available, companies such as the Chinese Lenovo -PC manufacturer-; Tencent -dedicated to social networks and games-; Qihoo 360 – dedicated to internet security – and Xiaomi – smartphone distributor