Microsoft has skipped right over Windows 9 and launched a brand new operating system, Windows 10, with radical and impressive changes will change the way people use their computers forever. The highly awaited return of the Start menu boasts multitasking enhancements, which allow users to tailor their Start menu and resize it to include as many live tiles as they like. With multiple desktops and switching between apps made easy, you can organise your computer to best suit your individual needs.
Adapted for use across a broad range of devices, the new Windows will appeal to touchscreen device and PC users. The design is bright, bold and intuitive, and Microsoft hopes it will satisfy everyone—from school children playing with computers for the first time and those wishing to have a smoother computing experience, to professional writers, engineers and gamers wanting an efficient, tailored tech experience.
Windows 10 will be available for sale in 2015, while Windows 8 is still available for $149. With pricing of the new Windows yet to be confirmed, there is a strong rumour of a free upgrade or discount for current Windows 8 users.
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