I’ve already tried Windows 10’s latest Technical Preview build and just to let you know that I love it. Microsoft has indeed listened to its users and for the first time ever, Microsoft will be combining two worlds in a single product as features and technologies from two separate versions of Windows will mashed together with the new Windows 10. and as you’ve already knew, the Start menu is one of the most requested feature from Windows 7 which didn’t make into Windows 8 but now they are bringing that back with Windows 10, and that seems to excite veteran Windows users as well as Windows 8 users who isn’t quite happy with the Windows Start screen.
As Windows 10 gains the hype and pressure from both home and business users, Microsoft will be releasing the new OS around this summer (on the 3rd Quarter probably) and will be launching simultaneously in 190 countries and in 111 different languages. Added to that, Microsoft also reiterates that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for existing users of both Windows 7 and Windows 8.x irregardless of whether they are using a genuine copy of the OS or not. Microsoft seems to welcome everyone on a genuine and legitimate copy of Windows while offering users to upgrade and get extended suites of both software and services.
Furthermore, Microsoft is also set to provide a special free version of Windows 10 for the Internet of Things devices and could also reach ATM machines and even ultrasound machines with Windows 7 or 8.x on-board. Also, Microsoft is extending the platform to mobile devices which is set to replace the Windows Phone 8.x OS and in connection to that, Microsoft announced the availability of Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones on Xiaomi’s Mi4 devices which is originally designed to run Android and Android-based operating system.
- Windows 10 Will Native Support For Wired Docking And Wireless Docking(microsoft-news.com)
- Microsoft and Xiaomi enter a ‘program’ to test Windows 10(windowscentral.com)
- Microsoft reveals summer launch for Windows 10(slashgear.com)