Introduced with the Microsoft Surface Laptop last year, Windows 10 S locks down the OS and limits apps to those installed from the Microsoft Store.
What is more ironic is the fact that Belfiore himself has switched away from Windows Phone platform because of the lack of apps and more diverse hardware.
What Microsoft needs to do right now is put an end to everyone pointing fingers at its dying Windows Phones and just shut that department entirely.
While Microsoft has big plans to launch Windows 10 on PCs this year, smartphones will not be a part of it. The company is reportedly going to debut the OS later this year on phones, followed by HoloLens, Xbox, and Surface devices.
The much talked about Windows 10 platform, which was announced last month, is now available for preview but for select Windows Phone devices.
Microsoft Office could soon be coming to Windows Phones as well and announcement on the same should be expected around 19 February.