Windows 10


By: Snethemba Ngcobo

Microsoft has been planning to revive the trust of their clients since their announcement last September to release windows 10 and skip 9 entirely. Many customers decided to skip the Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 operating systems after trial uses on friends laptops and so on proved the OS to be too complicated and nothing close to the simplicity and efficiency of Windows 7 and Windows XP that were the predecessors of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 which was perceived by Microsoft customers as a failed attempt to fix the glitches that were encountered on Windows 8.


So they’ve added a few new features and claim, as always, that these are what make the Windows 10 platform better than anything else they’ve ever created.  The new features include the capability to handle number-crunching work and high end gaming rigs, the platform is designed for fast speed resuming and startup, it is compatible with PC’s, Tablets and Phones and even comes with a new browser called Microsoft Edge.

The company is also giving away free Windows 10 downloads for users currently using the Windows 7 and Windows 8 platforms, this is to try eradicate the overstay of Windows 7 that was released six years ago but is still more popularly used than any other of Microsoft’s operating systems. If you are one of those who would like to try out the newbie you can download a trial version for free using these steps here. The trail only is available at the moment and the real macoy, which will also be free to Windows 8 and 7 users, will be released on the 29th of July followed shortly by a dispatch of laptops and PC’s that will come with the operating system pre-installed.

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