In the face of mounting criticism and falling PC sales, Microsoft has launched its new operating system (OS) at a press event in San Francisco. The successor to the current Windows 8 operating system (OS) will be known as Windows 10, not Windows 9. That’s because the new Windows 10 OS is significantly improved over Windows 8 operating system (OS), claims Microsoft.
Recommended: Vijayadashami 2014 offers: Top 10 Best Smartphones With Free Accessories to Buy Windows 10 will be released sometime in fall 2015. Starting tomorrow, Microsoft will open up the OS to dedicated beta testers under its Windows 10 “Insider Program.” The new Windows 10 operating system (OS) does away with the dependency on the tiled “Metro” User interface (UI). The biggest news is that Windows 10 OS is being designed to run across all devices, regardless of any specific form factor (desktops, laptops, 2-in-1, phablets and smartphones). “Windows 10 will run across an incredibly broad set of devices – from the Internet of Things, to servers in enterprise datacenters worldwide.”
Recommended: Top 20 Dasara/Vijayadashami 2014 Special Offers for Buying Best Android Smartphones Online Basically, Windows 10 OS brings the core familiarity of Windows 7 and combine it with the functionality of Windows 8. Another highlighted feature of Windows 10 is the start menu. Yes, you heard it right. Microsoft has confirmed the start menu will return. It will combine both aspects of the Windows 7 start menu, coupled with Metro UI of the Windows 8. Microsoft neither touched upon specific system requirements to run Windows 10 nor shared how much does the new OS will cost to end users. Meanwhile, here is a quick look at the top features of Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating System (OS)