Microsoft is working on good things. Here is the problem with some of the things said. Yes its nice that windows 10 can run android apps and compile and run IOS apps. There is a hidden message developers are starting to understand. They are telling developers don't develop for windows 10 because your app only runs on Windows 10. If you develop for IOS your app will run on Apple and Windows 10. Sounds like they put up the white flag and gave up on winning the windows war.
Also, I am getting a clear message that windows store apps is the future and desktop apps are going to die (like Silverlight did). They don't come out and say it but nothing new for desktop apps are being promoted or developed. They will keep making window store apps better so there is no reason not to make one to replace a desktop application. If they can force an upgrade on Windows 7 users I am for it because the big problem is windows store apps don't run on windows xp or windows 7.