Microsoft has confirmed that their latest Windows 10 Operating System will launch globally on July 29, 2015. It was already known that Windows 10 is the last version from Microsoft but it also stated that it will provide the service for the new Windows 10 in the future. The release for the new Windows 10 gives less than two months to finalize or clear any reported bugs or issues which are seen in the latest preview build. Already more than 5 million users are using the Windows 10 build version so far. More recent previews have certainly taken great strides toward becoming ready for public use, but even the latest build version 10130 has its fair share of problems.
Every time a new software or operating system goes available, it will come with few bugs but it’s a great advantage for Windows users that Microsoft immediately roll out the updates for the fixes. By the time consumers begin to purchase Windows 10, most of the bugs will get cleared. However, a few bugs may discourage the users who are already running Windows 7 or Windows 8 or 8.1, who qualify for a free Windows 10 upgrade during the first year. The following are the new and old features that Windows 10 offers.
- It brings back the famous Start Menu
- It offers Cortana Integration
- Microsoft’s new Edge Browser set to replace Internet Explorer
- A New Xbox App which has the ability to stream Xbox One games to PC
- And a lot more changes and improvements