During his time at Microsoft, Steven Sinofsky was responsible for product development in Office, Windows and Windows Live, and later became president,media reported. After Windows Vista was released, Sinowski took over Windows, cleared Vista many of its mistakes and introduced Windows 7 to get windows back on track.
He then tried to upgrade his Windows system to Windows 8, which was more touch- and mobile-friendly, but ultimately failed.
Windows 8 was launched in 2012 in part in response to Apple’s iPad.
This week marks the 10th anniversary of the iPad, and on Twitter, Mr. Sinowski looked back at the way the iPad has been through over the years, as well as its impact on Windows and Microsoft. In fact, the tweets focused on the tablet industry at the time and retelling Steve Jobs’s launch of the iPad on stage. However, Mr. Sinowski also noted the dramatic changes that have taken place and how it affected Windows, Microsoft’s core business: