By default, Windows Phone 7.5 will come preinstalled with Windows 8.1.
This means that developers who want to use the latest Microsoft APIs can create apps for the new platform.
However, Microsoft has introduced a new feature that will make Windows 8 a lot easier for developers to work with.
The new feature, called Microsoft Edge, is a new Microsoft Edge UI designed to make it much easier for the developer to create and distribute apps for Windows 8, as well as Windows Phone.
Edge enables apps to run on devices running the new Windows 8 operating system, which means they can run on Windows phones as well.
Microsoft is hoping that developers will adopt the new feature as a way to create more apps for Microsoft’s new platform, which has a lot of support from developers.
Microsoft has also been working to get developers interested in creating apps for this new platform by giving them a new tool that will help them.
Microsoft Edge is a collection of preinstalled apps that will allow developers to create, distribute, and test Windows 8 apps that work on phones.
The first version of Microsoft Edge that was released was the Windows Store for Windows Phone, which allows developers to publish their apps to the Windows Phone Store.
However Microsoft has now introduced a third, built-in version of the Windows 8 app store that will work on Windows Phone devices, making the third version of Edge the default Windows 8 platform app store.
Microsoft Edge for Windows will work with the Windows Desktop Environment, which is a tool that enables developers to develop and test apps for all devices running Windows 8 and Windows Phone using the Windows Runtime, a library that enables all apps in Windows to run natively on Windows devices.
Microsoft is currently developing a third version that will be integrated into the Windows 7 and Windows 8 runtime libraries, so that the third Windows 8 Runtime app will work natively across all devices.
The third version will include an updated UI that makes it much more user-friendly, so developers can easily build and distribute their apps that run on all devices using Edge.
Microsoft also recently launched a new website called dev.windows.apps.windows, which will allow the developer community to submit apps for Edge, and developers will be able to preview the apps to get feedback from the community.
Windows 8.x will be the next major version of Windows for Windows phones, and Microsoft hopes that developers and the Windows community will embrace it as the new “next generation” Windows device.
Microsoft hopes to get as many developers to adopt the platform as possible, so it can be used to develop Windows 8 applications and to distribute Windows apps to other devices.