Windows 10 Review

This summer Microsoft will launch Windows 10; a special major revision that spans desktop, mobile, virtual reality, gaming console, conference rooms and even IoT (Internet of Things) such as the Raspberry PI. Windows 10 is a significant upgrade in the platforms history; because the company describes this as the last monolithic release of the operating system. No, Microsoft is not ending development of the most popular operating system in history; but the company is moving to a future where the roll of the operating system takes a back seat to services. The Cloud has become the buzz word in this industry and for Microsoft it is a critical wave on which company’s future rides, not just on the client side but also in the data centre.

Windows 10 Review: Introduction, Specifications and Setup

Windows 10 Review: Daily Usage

Windows 10 Review: Microsoft Edge web browser

Windows 10 Review: Applications and Compatibility

Windows 10 Review: Multimedia and Productivity

Windows 10 Review: Advanced features, Security and Connectivity

Windows 10 Review: Windows Update, Support, Recovery, Easy Upgrade

Windows 10 Review: Conclusion, Pros, Cons, Rating

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3 responses to “Windows 10 Review

  1. princess honore

    I do not like windows 10, upgrade back to windows 7

  2. I have a desparate question. I requested and installed windows 10 on one of my laptops. For some reason, once it was done installing and booting up, it seems to be set up to my son. It comes up with his picture and email address, and requests HIS password, which I happen to know. How can I modify it to boot up with MY logon and my email address? do I need to re-install windows 10 and if so, how do I do that. Help would be GREATLY appreciated!!

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