Microsoft et Dolby ont renouvelés leur partenariat et quelques petites nouveautés vont arriver avec le prochain OS de Microsoft, Windows 10.
Les utilisateurs PC et Tablette sous Windows 10 pourront profiter du son Dolby Audio (qui supporte le Dolby Digital Plus) via certaines applications du Windows Store et pour la première fois nativement sur un navigateur web, le nouveau navigateur de Microsoft : Edge.
Windows 10 sera proposé gratuitement aux utilisateurs de Windows 7 et Windows 8/8.1.
« We are excited about the collaboration and partnership with Microsoft and share in the commitment to providing the best entertainment experiences possible to consumers across a wide range of devices in the Windows 10 ecosystem, » said John Couling, Senior Vice President, E-Media Business Group, Dolby Laboratories. « With the launch of Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge in nearly 200 countries, Dolby and Microsoft will enable better user experiences with high-quality audio that is robust, consistent, and at a scale necessary for the large Windows ecosystem. »
« At Microsoft, we are committed to delivering the richest, most immersive, entertainment experiences with Windows 10, » said David Treadwell, Corporate Vice President, Operating Systems Group, Microsoft. « With Dolby Audio incorporated into the Windows 10 platform and Microsoft Edge, content providers will be able to deliver their content with superior sound in Dolby Audio for a wide range of Windows 10 based PCs and tablets. »