Windows 10 Release date, Features, Specs & Pricing: Everything you need to know

Now, it’s a very good and exciting news to every individual on this technical earth as the availability date for Windows 10 is announced by Microsoft. The Microsoft in their recent public appearance has officially announced that they had tested over four million Windows Insiders, and have made great progress on Windows 10 and even are nearly ready to deliver this free upgrade to all of their Windows customers. They even added that the Windows 10 upgrade is designed to be compatible with our current Windows device and applications too.

Recently, the Microsoft has announced the windows users to get ready for their new windows 10. On July 29 of this very year, we can get Windows 10 for PCs and tablets by taking advantage of the free upgrade offer they had given us, or on a new Windows 10 PC from our favourite retailer. If at all we purchased a new Windows 8.1 device between now and then, the Windows 10 upgrade will be available for us and many retail stores will upgrade our new device.

Windows 10 Overview features specfications pricing

It was also given that we can reserve our free Windows 10 upgrade now through a simple reservation process by clicking on the special icon in our system tray at the bottom of our screen, simply click on the icon, and then complete the reservation process.  The company announced yesterday that it will also get rid of some old features. Windows Media Centre and the game Hearts will be killed off, and a new browser called Microsoft Edge will take the place of Internet Explorer.

Windows even detailed the full system requirements for running the new operating system Windows 10. They said that the system requirements of this new software are mostly identical to the system requirements of the windows 7 software, where most people making the upgrade should already have a good enough computer to run it.

Windows had designed Windows 10 to help us to be more productive and to have more fun, with a range of innovations. Windows devices have Cortana, the world’s first truly personal digital assistant helps us get things done. In their recent public appearance Windows had announced that Cortana works out with unique specializations like, it notices our preferences to provide relevant recommendations, fast access to information, and important reminders. And the Cortana experience works not just on our PC, but will notify and help us on our smartphones too.

On the other side, Microsoft has revealed that it is killing off some of Windows most familiar applications in its new operating system Windows 10 including the ability of deciding when our computer is getting updated. The new feature includes that the computers will download and install new updates automatically instead of choosing to install new versions of Windows when updates are available.

But however, the Windows had given an exception for the work-focused Pro and Enterprise editions of the software, where administrators will be able to defer new updates. Geographical restrictions are held up for the users of Windows 10 from some places. Many countries won’t have access to Cortana. They even specified that Xbox Music and Xbox Video entertainment apps won’t be available everywhere for licensing reasons.

Microsoft will have to ensure that people don’ look at its “Best Windows Ever” as just a mistake being corrected.

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  1. parvez June 11, 2015

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