Saturday, March 28, 2015

Windows 10: Our complete guide to Microsoft’s next OS

windows10header As far as widespread adoption of operating systems go, Windows 8 was a bit of a misstep for the software giant. The removal of the Start menu, introduction of fullscreen “Metro” apps, and a redesigned interface caught users off guard, to say the least. Either in an effort to distance itself from the situation, or due to a slip of the finger when typing the name the first time, the newest version of Windows skips right over 9, opting for the much rounder 10.
Whatever the reason for the name, it’s clear that Microsoft has heard user feedback, and is setting about redesigning an operating system that people actually want to use again. The Windows Insider program allows anyone to download Windows 10 and start using it right away, providing concerns and feedback on everyday processes that directly affect the development of the new OS.
That means frequent updates, changes, and additional functionality at every turn, but it can be a lot to process. We’ve got all the news, bugs, and update info in one convenient place so you know exactly what you’re getting into.

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