Microsoft's first phone generation ran under the Windows Mobile operating system. In 2007, the game changed with the successful launch of the enchanting iPhone. Windows software was excellent, but it did not offer enough apps as the iPhone did. Microsoft then took the decision of buying Nokia, and unluckily, it was also a failure. Finally, Microsoft selected Google's Android software, which is a better system, easier to use, and offers millions of apps to its users around the globe.