Applications developed for Windows 7 Phone of Microsoft could also work on OS Windows 8 desktop. This is what was stated by Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO of the company producing chipsets NVIDIA , during an ‘interview with CNET .
More details may be announced by Microsoft during the next week BUILD conference for developers. According to rumors, the Redmond company, would be developing a unified development platform code-named Jupiter that will be the bridge between Silverlight (used onWindows Phone) tablet and the new interface for Windows 8.
Last July, the President of Windows Division Phone, Andy Lees , had confirmed the plans for the unification of the operating platforms that “ instead of finding compatibility between devices, Microsoft’s strategy aims to achieve consistency and consistency between the PC , telephones and TV, especially with Xbox. You will find all the power of a traditional PC form factor qualsiasti want. We do not want different ecosystems, we want them together. ”