Microsoft Windows 10 is the successor to the previously released Windows 8.1 operating system.
“Add upgrades, and it’s easy to get to a billion”, Bajarin says.
You’ve taken the plunge and got Microsoft’s brand new operating system up and running on your machine – now what?
With the release of Windows 10 Wednesday, Microsoft is emphasizing a computing experience that can move seamlessly between the PC and nearly any smartphone, including iPhone and Android devices.
The short answer is – maybe do so if you use cloud-based services in your company but wait if you have desktop applications that rely on Windows.
Yahoo’s David Pogue writes: “You really are going to love Windows 10″. PC makers are hoping he succeeds. Users who want a little extra help installing will also be able to visit retailers such as Best Buy, which are running promotions to help people install Windows 10.
For some Windows users, it’s starting to feel like Christmas in July, and Microsoft is Santa.
Users should see more familiar apps in the Windows store in the coming months. But what if you’re using Windows Vista or XP?
The new OS is evolutionary, solid system that will be good for all customers that like Windows.
Question: How will Microsoft make money?
Q: Why does this matter to consumers?
– Windows 10 has an Action Center where notifications are organized and settings can be adjusted. With Windows 8, Microsoft completely reconfigured the classic desktop interface and gave users what it called a “Modern UI” instead. Microsoft had earlier hinted at the fact that Windows 10 will be priced at par with Windows 8.1 but didn’t mention the exact figures.
Most PC users still are working with six-year-old Windows 7, thanks to Windows 8’s unpopularity. Even the system tray icons, including calendar, battery, volume and Wi-Fi, feel more inviting than in previous versions of Windows.
Question: Why is it important to the tech industry?
“The launch of Windows 10 is being celebrated around the world with global fan celebrations and a new yearlong initiative to celebrate people and organizations making a difference around the world”, per Windows 10 launch website. It’s a pain to use with a mouse and keyboard, which is still how a majority of PC owners interact with their machines.