There are just two days to go until the general availability of Windows 10, and we are sure many of you just cannot wait until July 29, as this is the day of its release? We would advise you to make sure your computer is fully up-to-date in terms of security, especially following the recent exploit.
We know that there will be a small percentage of people that will hold off installing this latest version, and will wait for the first Windows 10 service pack. This is because they know that there will always be a few teething problems. However, the team behind the new operating system has spent a lot of time on it, and also allowed developers and public to test to software in the hope of making it as stable as possible.
With Windows 10 being available to download as a free upgrade or to purchase from Wednesday, there are still many of you still wondering if you should upgrade or not. However, there are so many reasons why you should, such as not holding onto the past and believing that Windows 10 will be as bad as Windows 8 was.
Windows 10 comes with a host of new features and improvements in terms of security. One of the most anticipated features to be coming to the desktop OS is Cortana, which Windows Mobile has already been enjoying, although Microsoft has now enhanced this voice-based virtual assistant even further.
While Cortana is one of the most anticipated features, the return of the Start menu has to be right at the top of the list.
Losing the Start Menu with the release of Windows 8 never went down well with users and Microsoft has been under pressure to reinstate it ever since. It was all very well losing this feature, but only benefited those with a touchscreen device. These are very good reasons to be excited, although we have come across an interesting article that looks at the reason why Windows 10 gamers should beware about this automatic updates.
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