Microsoft really knows how to deliver a surprise. While everyone expected their new operating system to be in a logical order, Windows 9, they’ve just revealed the new Microsoft Windows 10. Why skip a number, you might ask? No one really knows for sure but that’s not very relevant right now. Let’s take a look at the details and specifications of the new Windows 10 OS.
First of all, the new Windows 10 is compatible with plenty of “trendy” devices from smartphones, tablets and PCs to Xbox game consoles. The new Windows 10 comes with a lot of apps to please even the most pretentious of tech geeks. The most exciting news about the new OS is that it marks the return to the feature that made Windows famous, the Start Menu. This feature was missing from the previous version, Windows 8.
Microsoft revealed the new features of the Windows 10 OS at a special event in San Francisco. Among the announced features, the new Windows lets the users resize the tiles, somehow similar to what Windows 8 had. The new tiles allow you to quickly view the notifications for important apps such as email, Facebook messages or the latest weather reports.
Microsoft said that with the new Windows 10 they wanted to please both those who prefer Windows 7 and Windows 8. They said Windows 10 is an improved version, a combination of both previous operating systems.
When Windows 8 was first released there were many complaining about the fact that it was not very organized and that it differed too much from the previous version. That is why the new Windows 10 is trying to make it up for all the “flaws” of the last versions.
David Johnson, a Microsoft representative said that:
“It’s extremely important for Microsoft to get Windows 10 right. For Microsoft to continue to be able to get the best and latest technology in the hands of the enterprise workforce all over the world, it has to have a vehicle to do that – and Windows 10 is its best shot.”
The new Windows 10 will run on devices with 4 inches and 80 inches screens.
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