Microsoft releases it’s new operating system Windows 10 on July 29 2015, and you can find all the articles we’ve published about it here.
Windows 8 was a huge change from 7, but Microsoft thinks that this new version so different that it’s skipping number 9 altogether. It’s also a free update for Windows 7 and 8 users. If you’re wondering whether you should make the change, you will find out below.
Which Windows 10 version should I get?
To help you decide which version of Windows 10 is for you, here are all the versions and how they’re different…
What to expect in Windows 10
Here are some of the major changes you’ll see in the new operating system…
Windows 10 will be free for Windows 7 and 8.1 users for one year
Microsoft will be following in Apple’s footsteps by offering its upcoming operating system for free for one year after launch.
Internet Explorer is dead. Long live Microsoft Edge
Let’s take this time to say a proper goodbye to Internet Explorer with an abbreviated history of the most hated browser in the world.
Removing the Update to Windows 10 icon from your Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 PC
You might be excited about updating to Windows 10, but less so about the constant reminders Windows is pushing. Here’s how to get rid of them.
Windows 10 preview from Build 2015
Microsoft revealed more details about Windows 10 at its Build developer conference back in April. We took some time to check it out.
What’s new in Office 2016?
Microsoft Office is still the company’s bread-and-butter product when it comes to revenue. We take a look at the preview build of Office 2016, and compare it to previous releases of the popular productivity suite.
How to get the most out of Cortana, the Windows 10 virtual assistant
Windows 10’s new assistant, Cortana has arrived and we are here to see exactly what she is capable of doing in this series of videos.