Microsoft will make a $2 billion profit on Windows 10 devices by 2020, according to the company’s annual results for fiscal 2019, but it also says it’s looking to make a “significant” amount of revenue on Windows 7-related hardware, as well.
The company is making the announcement in a presentation to shareholders that includes a presentation on its plans to offer a range of Windows 10-based hardware and services for businesses, including “Windows 10 Business.”
The presentation makes no mention of a Windows 10 Home version, but Microsoft says it will offer Windows 10 Enterprise, which includes a version of the operating system for enterprise-class PCs.
“We’ll be adding more enterprise features and capabilities to Windows 10 Business this year and beyond,” Microsoft said.
Microsoft also said it plans to expand the range of Microsoft-made hardware products it sells in 2017 and 2018.
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