So that’s it: Windows 10 is called Windows 10 because Microsoft says so — even if “Windows” or “Windows X” would’ve been better.
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Microsoft has a big enough presence in Japan that it may have skipped Windows 9 to avoid any weirdness or ill will.
Windows 10 is finally here — and it’s been a long and winding road.
Let’s step back for a moment and address one of the most confusing things about the latest version of Windows.
Starting at around the mark, he said the following: “We know, based on the product that’s coming, and just how different our approach will be overall, it wouldn’t be right to call it Windows 9.” He then talks about how Windows One would make sense with Xbox One, One Drive, and One Note, “but unfortunately Windows 1 has been done by the giants that came before us.” And so it seems the only other viable option was Windows 10.
Read: Windows 10: Familiarity breeds contempt Microsoft’s seemingly arbitrary naming convention of Windows 10 is an interesting one.