Windows 9 to be the biggest paradigm shift in history of Windows

Microsoft has recently launched Windows 8 and now as everyone know is working on the next version of Windows. There has been news online that next version of Windows would be called Windows Blue, though Microsoft is still naming the next OS as Windows 9. In one of the recent job post on Microsoft Career site, the company mentioned that Windows 9 would be the biggest paradigm shift. We know that Microsoft has integrated some cloud related features in Windows 8 like skydrive, though there is still lot more to go when talking about cloud. According to the job post there would be some major changes when related to Windows with cloud. Here is what the job post reads-

Windows is the heart and soul of Microsoft. Windows8 just RTM-ed to reinforce to our customers and partners around the world that Windows continues to be the most competitive and desirable operating system in the industry. Highest quality and technology innovations across hardware, software, and services are the Windows8 signature.

The next version of Windows release will advance further the promise of the newly reimagined Windows user experience. Do you want to be part of the biggest paradigm shift in the history of Windows? Do you want to play key role in shipping breakthrough the next version of Windows features to delight in new ways hundreds of millions of people across the world? Do you want to be one of writers of the Cloud story for Window? Are you passionate about testing? If so, we want to talk to you!

You will be working alongside a strong team of talented SDETs to develop robust automated test collateral, define end-to-end coverage to measure feature quality from customer perspective, define and refine test tools and methodologies, and work closely with Dev/PM counterparts and partner teams to shape features that will be used by millions of customers.
You will be responsible for ensuring quality on a high-impact feature set, responding to internal/external customer feedback, fostering multiple partner relationships, and helping to expand the depth and scope of testing within the Windows User Experience team. Opportunities to grow your career, your technical expertise, and to work with internal and external Windows partners are significant.