Windows 10 will finally launch later this month, on July 29, 2015. The operating system (OS) will not be found pre-installed on PCs in the first faze, however everyone can downloaded it straight on their computer. It’s free for the first year of availability and lazy users who wait to update will have to pay $119 after that.
Microsoft informs that most new or fairly new computers should not have any trouble supporting Windows 10. If you already have Windows 7 or Windows 8 installed and you haven’t encountered any problems with those, it’s safe to update to the new one. But why should you? There are 10 compelling reasons.
1) The operating system has a fast startup that does waist your time every time you shut it down, start it or restart it. Gamers should also be very with how the OS moves thanks to the new DirectX 12.
2) If you hated Windows 8 for its lack of the start menu, Microsoft developers have heard you and returned it in a new and improved version.
3) It comes with Cortana, Microsoft’s very own version of Siri. You will be able to talk to your computer and get it to do one things while you do another. Cortana will also be found on smartphones and tablets once Windows 10 becomes available for the devices.
4) It’s compatible with PCs that have touch screens.
5) Universal apps of your choosing wild help you compkete various tasks. They work equally well whether you open them full-screen or keep them windowed, whether you’re using a touch screen device or a traditional mouse.
6) Similar to a smartphone OS, Windows 10 announces you you’re your device requires an update, when you’ve received an email, a tweet or anything else you want it to notify you about.
7) It comes with a new, improved and modern interned browser: Microsoft Edge. You can expect much better speed and wider compatibility.
8) A new version of Secure Boost makes sure your system and device are well protected from hacker attacks and nosy relatives alike.
9) Windows 10 will also have the virtual desktops typically encountered on MACs.
10) It allows you to integrate you PC with your Xbox console. You can keep track of friends, stream games or start multiplayer games from both devices.
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