Wednesday, 29 July 2015
WINDOWS 10 NOW AVAILABLE
Microsoft has started rolling out Windows 10 upgrade for existing users who reserved for the update. This update is now available for 190 countries. Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore says users can now even reserve for this update and get added to the list.
Microsoft announce earlier that Windows 10 will roll out for its users starting from today.
Windows 10 come pre-installed with Cortana voice assistant to PCs, the new Microsoft Edge browser, New Photos, Videos, Music, Maps, People, Mail & Calendar apps, Windows Continuum, Windows Hello for secure logins and many other new features.
New features in Windows 10
Bigger and better Start menu.
Cortana the personal voice assistant which makes it easy to find the right informations.
Microsoft Edge browser is a new faster way to browse, read, and mark up and share the Web.
Continuum help optimizes apps and experiences across different desktop modes.
Integrated Xbox app which brings xbox experience to this new operating system, bringing together friends, games and accomplishments across Xbox One and Windows 10 devices.This app collects all games played on any Xbox One or Windows 10 device, a universal friends list and an activity feed
Built-in apps including Photos, Maps, Microsoft’s new music app, Groove, and Movies & TV offer entertainment and productivity options.
Microsoft Phone Companion app which enables iPhones, Android or Windows phones to work seamlessly with any Windows 10 devices.
Microsoft also said that New Office Mobile apps for Windows 10 tablets will be available today in the Windows Store. Regardless of whether the "final" version of Windows 10 is available, Insiders must continue to receive preview updates – which will not stop after July 29. If you want to opt out of the preview, you'll have to move back to your previous version of Windows 7 or 8.1 then perform a clean Windows 10 install.
There are different editions of Windows 10 that includes, Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education. Microsoft has also released ISOs if you want to install it fresh, but you will need a Windows product key.
Redmond crew released the 32- and 64-bit ISO files for free download, but you will need to have an up to date, genuine copy of Windows 7 or 8.1 to run this ISO file.
Dell, HP, Acer, Lenovo are already ready to launch out laptops and PC with this new OS