New Windows 10 Features
With Windows 8 turning out to be a major flop, it seems Microsoft ought to come up with something good to bring back the popularity of its operating system. Although we cannot say with certainty until the next operating system is released, it can be assumed that Microsoft is heading in the positive direction.
The next version of Windows, dubbed ‘Operation Threshold’ and now officially named Windows 10 has been introduced into the public eye, for preview and testing. The “Technical Preview” of Windows 10 is available for download for the public from the official Microsoft website. Once you sign in using your Microsoft credentials or sign up for free, you will be able to download the latest build of Microsoft Windows 10.
The Windows 10 OS has been deemed to be a cross between Windows 7 and Windows 8 by many critics. However, this comparison is strictly restricted to the physical appearance. The new and upcoming operating system is far better and advanced in terms of functionalities, yet has managed to capture the familiarity of the Windows legacy OS. It has done away with the charms bar and has reintroduced the Start menu, albeit with a few tweaks. Contact the Windows support department to know more about the new and upcoming operating system.
The Start menu has incorporated Live Tiles, similar to the ones in use in the Windows 8 Start screen. The tiles are customizable to a great degree in comparison to its predecessor. Moreover, the Apps now work in Windowed format, much to the relief of Microsoft Windows users.
Upcoming Windows Pricing
Apart from finally heeding to the suggestions of its customers, Microsoft has introduced several new features. One of the key debut introductions is virtual environment that is inbuilt to the operating system. Earlier confined to third party software that provided this service, one can make use of the operating itself. Apart from virtual desktop, Microsoft has introduced several new features like a unified operating system as well as market regardless of Mobile phones, desktop or notepads.
The new operating system, upon installation will configure itself according to the technical specifications of the computer. The installation will take screen size and touch feature into account, which means you can install the OS in a mobile or a computer with equal ease. More surprises were to be found when Microsoft introduced the concept of a single app market that will release apps for desktops as well as other devices.
However, Microsoft is yet to release the pricing scheme of the upcoming Operating System. If you want to know the latest updates about the upcoming OS, you may contact the Windows support department.
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