Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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Microsoft Soon to Release Windows 10

Microsoft is probably in one of the most important or even crucial moments of its development. The famous company has struggled to keep its business successful and now Microsoft has put a lot of hope into the launch of the Windows 10.

Actually, this upcoming operating system is aiming to build a long lasting relationship with the company. This means that Microsoft wants to no longer release new operating systems, but only to update the one existent.

Windows 10 is regarded to as a critical step in the revival of Microsoft. This is said to be a major Windows update, the first released by the popular company.

This means that Windows 10 will actually be available for free as an upgrade to all users of Windows 8 and Windows 7. Microsoft also hopes that Windows 10 will become widely used, while developers will create the most popular apps for this platform.

In fact, this is an issue that Microsoft has previously encountered. The popular company saw how its devices were not chosen by customers because they lacked a series of applications that users were interested in and which could be found on other platforms.

Of course, since customers seemed to not be interested in Windows for mobile, developers did not invest time in creating apps. And the only one to suffer because of this was of course Microsoft.

Windows remains the leading operating system for personal computers in the world. Millions of users still access and use Windows, but this does not mean that the popular tech giant doesn’t need to find a way to make sure that it will conserve its popularity.

Microsoft has seemed unable to keep up with the new technology. This means that if it manages to maintain some success when it comes to computer operating systems, Microsoft has suffered losses when it comes o mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, which are dominated by Android and iOS.

Microsoft announced that the operating system will actually come as a free update and will be available in 190 countries. Of course, this does not mean that computer makers will be able to use Windows 10 for free.

The tech giant has huge hopes linked to this operating system and it can actually be seen as a critical one for the future of the company.

How will fans receive it and what fans will think about this operating system is something that everyone will be able to discover once the official release will be made.

So, it is important to know that the company's CEO, Nadella, announced that the rollout will begin with getting Windows 7 and 8 users to upgrade to the latest system. The upgrade will then continue with new devices and business features over the next few months.

The release of the Windows 10 is part of Microsoft's general plan of revival. In fact, this is something that Satya Nadella has been focused on since becoming the chief executive of the famous company in 2014.


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