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Microsoft Releases Windows 10 a New Operating System

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 a New Operating System

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 a New Operating System

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 a New Operating System

Microsoft released a new operating system Windows 10 today on 29th July 2015, Windows 10 has started rolling out Windows 10 to customers around the world. It will available in 190 countries of the world. Windows 10 retailers are able to sell PCs and tablets with Windows 10 preinstalled.  Registered users of Windows 7 and 8 can upgrade their operating systems to Windows 10.

Microsoft decided to bypass Windows 9 and jump straight to Windows 10, combining what it describes as the best elements of Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Start menu is back in Windows 10 as it used to be in Windows 7. the new Start menu provides an Uninstall link directly on the tile, for both desktop and Modern apps. It’s a small but welcome step towards easier housekeeping.

Windows 10 will be used across all Microsoft devices, including PCs, tablets and smartphones.  If you’re currently running a non-enterprise edition of Windows 7 or 8, you may already have seen a pop-up notification on your desktop inviting you to “reserve” your upgrade to Windows 10.

Another improvement is the location of the Shutdown and Restart controls. In the original release of Windows 8, these were hidden in a hard-to-find Settings pane, leaving beginners unable to figure out how to turn off or restart their devices.

Microsoft’s long-derided Internet Explorer will be replaced by Edge on Windows 10, while the operating system promises to unify the Windows ecosystem of apps and services across desktop, laptop and tablet PCs as well as smartphones.

More than 4 million people have been beta testing the public preview of Windows 10 for the past couple of months, helping Microsoft fix problems before release. Recent reports indicate that Windows 10 is far from ready, with multiple bugs and glitches yet to be fixed.

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