This Video Explains What’s New in Windows 10

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We’ve seen at the special Windows 10 event from yesterday what are the new features of the upcoming operating system. But just in case you haven’t followed the event, here’s a special video that will help you go through all of the most important ones.
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Microsoft is defintiely changing as a company and we’re all thrilled to see that. We’ve seen Microsoft shape a nice road ahead for Windows 10 on desktop, laptop, smartphones and other devices. And if you missed it, go ahead and have a look at the video from below.

Here are the main features that Joe Belfiore is talking about:

  • Cortana – the release of a voice assistant on traditional Windows devices is indeed something ground-breaking. I am almost sure that this will make Windows 7 users to upgrade like mad.
  • Universal apps – apps that run across phones, tablets PCs; this is what Microsoft is trying to achieve with its universal apps approach. And yeah, Office apps are here!
  • Project Spartan –  everybody’s speaking about the new browser that Microsoft will reveal in Windows 10 and it makes a lot of sense. Internet Explorer has long been considered as a lousy browser, so Redmond wants to put an end to that!
  • Gaming on Windows 10 – the Xbox experience is coming to Windows, as there’s an Xbox app available for free download. Also, you will be able to take your Xbox games to any PC – mindblowing!

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