Windows 10 is here, arriving a couple days ago on Wednesday.
When Windows 8 appeared, the world seemed to ask. “Do I want to upgrade to 8?” And in fact, many users did not do it, instead staying with Windows 7.
For those who have read about Windows 10 and downloaded the trial version, most are eager to make the move. There are many good things about 10.
First of all, if you are a home user of Windows 7, 8, or 8.1, then Windows 10 is free. That is always nice.
I wrote about the new features of 10 in June. Check FamilyTechOnline.com to read it again.
What I did not stress enough then however is that Windows 10 is a new concept for Windows Operating Systems. It is no longer an application you purchase. It is now a service.
Read the rest at FamilyTechOnline.com