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Microsoft wants to make more money with Windows 10: Even more advertising on the way?

“It’s not advertising, just notifications with tips,” this is the official version of Microsoft every time you ask about all ads that come sporadically in Windows 10 (remember we tell you how to disable them). And it seems that now they want to make more money with their operating system, so many fear that the amount of “advice” increases over time.

And Joe Belfiore is back. It is one of the strong men of Microsoft, and after finishing a month holiday a year has become the head of the Windows Shell GUI focused on the consumer as has been told Thurrott. It will be under the command of Terry Myerson, and it seems that his goal would be to make more money with Windows 10.

Those in Redmond are breaking away from their classic licensing model. During the first year of life its operating system was being offered free to users of the two previous versions, and even today it can be obtained free of charge when we decide to join the Microsoft Insider betatesters community.

Joe Belfiore is back

Joe Belfiore is mainly known for being the man behind Windows Phone, and has been sabbatical traveling around the world. Now it seems that he has returned to Microsoft with a new position, and although he will have several responsibilities, his main objective seems to be to explore new avenues to make money with the operating system.

Obviously we will explore several different paths to achieve this, although seeing the aggressive policy of “notices with advice” Microsoft has no problem imagining that it would be easier to take a new step including sponsored ads. In any case, so far from Redmond declined to make any official comments.

Evidently, this information has been collected by Thurrott saying that “has been able to know” the new position of Belfiore, but without specifying what their sources. Therefore, it is still possible that the information is not quite correct. Also, knowing how bad people feel about advertising, hopefully look for other ways first.

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