Windows 10 is the marketing name for the new version of Microsoft Operating System for PC’s and Tablets which will also be available in the future for Windows phones. Windows 10 is free for users who upgrade a licensed version of Windows 7 or Windows 8 in the first year of release.
A couple of new features included in Windows 10
Cortana, the personal voice-controlled assistant is integrated in Windows 10
Microsoft Edge, the company’s new web browser, will be Windows 10 exclusive and the default browser on the system which lets you take notes, doodle or take copies of web pages to read offline.
Whilst this is not bad news some caution needs to be exercised and some questions answered.
Are you fully trained on Windows 10 its navigation and its updated feature set?
- Does your business applications approved and tested to run within Windows 10?
- Does your hardware meet the minimum or recommended requirements for Windows 10?
These questions need to be addressed on a case by case basis. Some of you may have noticed the upgrade button in the task bar tray but why not plan the upgrade with us rather than running the risk of complications