Windows 10: Free for all

Windows 10: Free for all

Microsoft have announced that they’ll be launching Windows 10 on 29th July 2015.

As someone who’s not left the zone of Windows 7, I’m a serious 10

In many eyes, Windows 8 was the turning point for Microsoft. They transitioned from a classic institution of computing into the modern day with minimal success. Forget the numbers of installations, I’ve not met a single person who gets on with the newer interface. If your operating system has a button that returns you to the old interface, then you know there’s something fundamentally wrong with the design.

word-paperclipWindows 10 looks to incorporate a number of new features most notably Cortana, the Microsoft personal digital assistant, it’s an interesting addition & the proof in the pudding will be in whether users actually utilise it on a day-to-day basis (personally I’d prefer the return of the talking paperclip…).

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