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Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Skips Windows 9

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Skips Windows 9

At an event in San Francisco, Microsoft announced the next version of its Windows operating system: Windows 10.

From tomorrow Microsoft will launch a Windows Insider Program that will give users who are comfortable with running very early beta software access to Windows 10.
This first preview will be available for laptops and desktops. A build for servers will follow later.

Windows 10 will bring back few features of windows 7
A redesigned start menu that combines the basic Windows 7 menu with the (resizable) tiles of the Windows 8 start screen.
Windows 8 Metro apps can now also open in a windowed mode on the desktop so you aren’t taking into the full-screen mode by default and you can use a “modern” Windows 8 side by side with a standard Windows desktop app.
Windows 10 will also allow users to work with multiple desktops.

Windows 10 will have a Windows 8 like Start Screen for users on touch-enabled machines

Windows 10 will be designed to work on all form factors: smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

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