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Despite Issues, 6 Reasons Why Windows 10 is Best Windows Ever

Despite Issues, 6 Reasons Why Windows 10 is Best Windows Ever
Aug 03, 2015
Windows 10 is built with the power features of Windows 7 and 8.1, which makes it a robust operating system. It gained 65 million users in the first three days after its release. Still counting and making Windows 10 as a universal platform for all the devices running the same operating system. By Introducing " Windows as a service " utility, The Microsoft is offering Windows 10 Free Upgrade to all the users running Windows 7 or 8.1 as a Windows update, and not as a separate product. From now on, the company will provide regular updates for Windows in the same manner Apple does with its Mac OS X operating system that gets regular updates on a yearly basis and has been known as OS X for over 15 years. Despite some privacy issues , including " Wi-Fi Sense " and " Bandwidth sharing for Windows Update ", and few more, Windows 10 offers a bevy of new and advanced features that makes the operating system unique from others. Also Read: How to Fix 35+ Windows 10 Privacy Iss

Windows 9 Start Menu Demo Video Leaked Online

Windows 9 Start Menu Demo Video Leaked Online
Sep 13, 2014
After providing the glimpses of the next Windows, one of the screenshot leakers has now obtained a short video showing off a build of the very new Windows 9 , aka "Threshold , " features as well as how users can expect to use it. Two German sites, ComputerBase and WinFuture , posted 20 screenshots on Thursday of what purports to be next major version of Windows, presumably called Windows Threshold that Microsoft recently distributed to its partners, giving us a closer look at Microsoft's next platform. Now, there's a video on YouTube , provided by German publication WinFuture, which shows how the returning feature might work in the next iteration of the Operating System. As calculated from the screenshots, the video doesn't provide any major new information about Windows 9, but pretty much confirms what we expected. The video gives Windows' users a first look at the new Start menu in action. It also shows off three new features in Windows 9:
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