With Windows 10 now being developed at a rapid pace, and all set for its much awaited release next month, the company is working towards the polishing of the product and making sure every thing that should be in place is in place.
Microsoft is working in the direction of a massive launch and is aiming at maximizing their reach and potential.
With the date of the release getting closer with every passing day, the company has been working harder than ever before to set things in motion.
Heading forward, many big names from the company have come out and have become prominent.
Phil Spencer, especially has emerged to be the man of the hour and has risen to such ranks that he has now become one of the leading names in the company, and is said to be a very close associate of the man himself, Satya Nadella.
With Windows 10 all set to make an ‘all round’ attack by releasing various releases at almost a same time for the PC, the Windows Phone 10, and the tablet version of Microsoft Surface Pro 4, the company is fully occupied.
The focus however has also been on the gaming industry and the future of gaming that has been time and again focused on by Phil Spencer, the ‘boss’ at XBOX.
The HoloLens was expected to be one of the biggest names that Microsoft was supposed to announce at the E3 2015 event. However, the new reports that are now pouring in indicate that there is going to be no such event where the company will be showcasing the HoloLens.
According to latest reports and insider information, it is expected that Microsoft will rather show off their recent HoloLens+XBOX One gameplay than showcase the HoloLens.
HoloLens, according to various Microsoft insiders, is much more than a device that you wear around your head to play games. It’s more like a computer that you carry.
It has the power to augment reality and it is one of the most critical devices for Microsoft heading forward. Their recent partnership with Oculus looks like Oculus would be their gaming device heading forward.
This might have come as a disappointment as well as an exciting news for the users and followers of Microsoft.
Disappointing because many were expecting a rather early launch for the HoloLens and saw it as a major gaming device heading forward, while it has come in as a great news for many as the Oculus and XBOX partnership would mean big things are coming forward in the world of gaming on Windows.