Windows 10 News

Haven’t upgraded to Windows 10 yet? This might help you decide. I’ve been using Windows 10 as part of Microsoft’s Insider program since Sept. of 2014. It’s come a long way since then, and it’s very stable in its current state. It’s also very visually appealing, and now uses live tiles (aka the Modern UI) in a way that doesn’t force you into a separate user interface.  In many ways Windows 10 is a return to the traditional Windows desktop environment. And, the first big update to Windows 10 is due out this month.  Don’t expect plug-in support for the new Edge browser yet (that will arrive sometime in 2016), but there will be other enhancements.  The most useful change may be the ability to active your Windows 10 install with a Windows 7, 8.0, or 8.1 product key.

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