Microsoft to win people back with Windows 10

by February 3, 2015 0 comments

Windows 10 is now available for consumers and is the end result of company’s efforts to make Windows something consumers can actually love and enjoy using again and is designed to give a singular cohesive experience once again. It will also be free upgrade for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users for one year. The main attractions of Windows 10 include Cortana, Spartan Browser, Xbox streaming etc. After being absent for 3 years Microsoft has put the start menu right back in. The Windows now also features all new Continnum Interface that dynamically adjusts UI depending on how you are using your device as a full fledged hybrid or standalone tablet. It also has new browser Spartan that’s got a new look, intelligent reading mode and features voice assistant Cortana. Microsoft is also building support for holograms into Windows, too. Windows 10 will sport a “holographic API” so developers can build apps for the device from day one. Creatives can use an app called HoloStudio to design their own holograms at home, inside the HoloLens device itself. You can 3D print designs from the software directly, too. With all of this it looks like Microsoft has got ball in their own court and it will be interesting to see how people will react to their new Windows 10.

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