What still isn’t clear about the future of Windows after Build 2018

We leave Microsoft’s Build developer conference with more questions than answers about the state of Windows, and that’s not a good thing.

We wrote rather optimistically about a March reorganization that erased Windows from the roles of senior management. Microsoft never answered the underlying questions that reshuffling posed: Is Microsoft Windows as important as it once was? Is the PC? What will it mean for developers and users, who’ve enjoyed a steady stream of new features over the past few years, and bought into Microsoft’s unified vision of Windows phones, tablets, and PCs?

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