Windows 10 is Here
July 29th saw the release of Microsoft’s newest Operating System – Windows 10. There’s been much contemplated about this new Operating System since it’s been in a public preview for months. What makes this new Operating System so interesting, other than they skipped Windows 9 (huh?), is that it’s free for qualifying Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers.
Here’s a short list of resources to help you understand if your computer qualifies, how you get it and what new features are included. Of course, you need to understand IF you should get this upgrade. Our suggestion is to work with your business application vendors to determine compatibility with Windows 10. We’re glad to help work through this with you.
- Windows 10 Frequently Asked Questions and Tips
- Windows 10 How to Upgrade
- Windows 10 System Requirements
- Microsoft Edge replaces Internet Explorer
- Compare Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10
- Windows 10 Features
- Oh yeah, so what did happen to Windows 9? Here’s one angle that makes sense.
Finally, one of the biggest advances for Windows 10 is that Microsoft is positioning all of its device properties around the operating system. This includes the Surface Hub, HoloLens, Windows Phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, all-in-ones, and even XBOX. You’ll be able to have the same experience on any of these devices and if you’re using “the cloud” your information, favorites, documents, applications, and settings will follow you – very cool stuff.
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