Microsoft Chief Executive Satya nadella says that a “great team” is all the required to deliver Windows 10, and that “greater team leadership” is critical for the success of the software giant’s flagship OS.
Speaking to a group of reporters in Seattle, Nadell made the comments as he announced the company’s quarterly results.
Microsoft’s latest quarterly financial report showed revenue rose 10 percent to $2.07 billion, and the operating income climbed 19 percent to a record $6.35 billion.
The company posted a net loss of $5.4 billion, which was down from a net profit of $7.1 billion in the previous quarter.
Net income increased by 18 percent, while operating income rose by 15 percent.
The results were also slightly lower than the previous three quarters, but the results were still better than analysts expected.
Nadella said Microsoft has to be “the best” in every industry to deliver a successful Windows 10 release.
He added that Microsoft’s focus is on delivering a “premium operating system” for the Windows 10 ecosystem, rather than a pure version of Windows 10.
Nadll told the reporters that Microsoft is currently in a “very strong” position to deliver an operating system for Windows 10 with the “premier features” that will be in Windows 10 “as it is right now.”
The operating system is expected to be launched later this year, but will not be as widely available as its predecessor, Windows 7.
NadeLL also said Microsoft’s goal is to be able to “make a Windows 10 product with the best quality and features.”
In his comments, Nidell also reiterated that the “world is moving at the speed of light,” and he also said that Microsoft has “no plans to stop” releasing Windows 10 software.
The company has announced that it will release Windows 10 in March 2018.