Things You Must Know About New Windows 10
Yes, you will get it for free. The company wants to get the new software on as many devices as possible. Microsoft needs a large pool of users to convince independent programmers that it's worth their time to build useful or entertaining apps for Windows 10 devices. Executives also believe that if people are exposed to the latest and best Windows, they're more likely to try other Microsoft products on PCs and mobile devices. So basically, company wants over 1 billion devices running on Windows 10.
#4 Software Compatibility
It is important to know about this new software's compatibility. If you chose to upgrade and retain all your files, settings and apps, most of the programs that you had installed on Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 will run fine on Windows 10, but there will be some exceptions. Also, you may need to reinstall drivers or upgrade existing drivers for compatibility. Windows 10 runs a compatibility scan during the upgrade process, and it will warn you if there are any conflicts.
#3 Windows Hello
This is a new thing that you should know about. Windows Hello is a new feature of Windows 10 that allows users to skip annoyingly long passwords to log into Windows. You can also use Windows Hello for single sign-on with trusted apps, and like Touch ID on an iPhone, you can also use biometric security to authorize app purchases inside the Store.
#2 How will Microsoft Make Money By Windows 10
Well, although it is free but Microsoft will still be benefited. Microsoft will still collect licensing fees from PC makers that install Windows 10 on new machines. In recent years, most consumers have waited until they bought a new computer to get the latest Windows. Microsoft also makes money from selling Windows and other software to large businesses and organizations.
#1 When Is It releasing?
Well, expect it really soon. Microsoft plans promotional events in several cities on Wednesday, tied to a global ad campaign and a series of charitable donations. About 5 million people who enrolled in an earlier test program will be able to download Windows 10 right away. The company is also offering Windows 10 as a free download, any time over the next year, to anyone who has the Home or Pro versions of Windows 7 or 8 (but not the Enterprise versions used by big organizations). Some people might not get it the first day. Microsoft says it will deliver downloads in waves, to ensure things go smoothly, but it hasn't said how long that will take.
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