Windows 10 is a huge release from the Redmond-based software giant. In fact, it’s so big that it’s expected to break the Internet during its rollout period. And with a lot riding on this big release, Microsoft is also aiming to push its OS to at least a billion devices in two to three years. Bold claim indeed.
Packed to the rafters with new and improved features, Windows 10 breaks away from the tried and tested Windows releases which we have become accustomed to and dives head first into territory which blurs the line between the present and future. With great features to boot such as Continuum tablet mode, Microsoft has made sure that its desktop operating system is ready for the next-generation of hardware from different manufacturers.
All that sounds good on paper and things get even better knowing that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows 8.1 Update users. And if you’re a qualifying individual, you can grab Windows 10 from Windows Update right now, or you can take the geek route and download the ISO files directly from Microsoft onto your PC later on which you can use to create a bootable USB or DVD.
Just updates added until May 19, 2019. Nothing changed or added.
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