Windows 10 review

Windows 10 review

by: Kelly

Microsoft has finally released the much anticipated Windows 10, and as the only Windows user here at FPM3 (everyone else uses Macs… but I can tell they are secretly envious of my PC) I thought I would share some of my initial opinions of it. So here are my favourite changes found in Windows 10: The Return of the Start Menu Ever since Windows 8 was released in 2012, Microsoft’s plan has been to make it possible to use one version of Windows on any device ranging from a desktop to a smartphone. This makes it easier for app developers because they only have to create one version of their app instead of two or three. But Microsoft realized that the traditional Windows UI that people have been using since Windows 95 doesn’t work very well with touch screens because buttons were too small to click with a finger. So…

Windows 10 is here at last!

by: Kelly

Last week Microsoft released their latest operating system, the much anticipated Windows 10. I have been using the early developer builds since last October, and it has been fun watching it evolve. I’m excited that it is finally available to everyone. I’m going to write a more in depth review of Windows 10 next week, but I will say that I really like it so far. It corrects many of the mistakes made with Windows 8, brings back some popular features of Windows 7, and adds some really innovative new features as well. This article is more about how to upgrade your PC, if you choose to do so. Please note that it is recommended that you backup your important files before starting the upgrade. It won’t normally delete any files, but if something does go wrong data could be lost. Who can upgrade to Windows 10? Windows 10 is…

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