The advent of Windows® 10 has been a breath of fresh air for the enterprise user experience. Windows 10 has reintroduced the use of the mouse, while making the most of touch-centric device capabilities. Mobile environments – both tablet and phone – are now much more effective accessing and modifying enterprise applications (e.g. ERP, permitting).

The factors that have inhibited the widespread adoption of multi-platform computing revolve around the quality of the user experience. The Windows 7 operating system (OS) was designed for desktop environments, and lacked adequate usability for mobile devices. Another inhibitor was the substantial power drain and extensive heat generated by legacy Intel® processors. These two factors squashed the desire of mobile users to use Windows 7 tablets. Read more