The Microsoft boss says that the company is “in the process of building a broad ecosystem” around Windows 10, which includes “a great new way to interact with Microsoft devices.”
That includes virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift, and an app ecosystem that is “truly amazing.”
The next step is to build a universal Windows experience for everyone.
“As you can imagine, building a universal experience is a big job,” he said.
“The Universal Windows Platform is our core platform.
That is what drives all the other platforms.
That’s where we are, that’s where the universal experience will be built.”
“This is the most ambitious project in the history of our company,” he added.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is also expected to discuss Windows 10 at a panel event in Los Angeles on Monday.
The event is likely to be a preview of a broader conference Microsoft will host in the next few months, according to a report from The Information.
In an interview with TechRadars, Nadell said the company was “still exploring the possibilities” of Universal Windows and that it was still early days.
Nadell also said that Microsoft would be announcing more details on the Universal Windows platform “pretty soon.”
Microsoft has been “very clear” about its vision for Universal Windows in the past.
In October 2017, for example, Microsoft Chief Executive Satya nadella said the Windows 10 Universal Windows experience was “a very big vision” and that the firm would be taking a “very long time” to build out it.
That said, Microsoft has also said it will be releasing new Windows 10 features “every couple of years” with Windows 10 1607.