Are you ready for Windows 10? The software is finally here. After mixed reviews of Windows 8 and skipping of Windows 9 (What? No Windows 9), Microsoft is set to release the new version of their world-renowned operating system on July 29, 2015. The new release promised to take the best of Windows 7 and 8, as well as add a few new features. The update will be free for both Windows 7 and 8 users.
As a avid Windows user, I was able to test out the operating system and I was pleasantly surprised with the results. It seems Microsoft took user feedback in making Windows 10 to bring back features users found useful with Windows 7. Windows 10 welcomes back the start button, allowing users to navigate through programs and applications from one place. The OS also features facial recognition instead of manually typing passwords, as well as voice recognition via Cortana, Microsoft’s new virtual assistant. Included in the new Windows is a fresh design, with Windows 8 tiles integrated into the Windows 7 start menu. The new OS also promises to be more security including antivirus software enabled by default (Windows Defender), new Edge browser to block phishing sites from obtaining your personal information, and Windows Hello. Windows will be able to recognize you via facial recognitition, eyes, or fingerprint login. Hardware is required for this feature to be fully functional.
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