Microsoft to unveil new Windows 10 features at the end of October
In comparison with Windows 8, Windows 10 is a most definitely a successful operating system. However, compared to Windows 7, there are still a good number of users who prefer to run this operating system. Windows 8 was a real disaster for Microsoft but it seems that the company learned from its mistakes and debuted a better operating system in 2015.
One of the reasons why Windows 10 is still not used by many Windows 7 fans is because of Microsoft’s overly aggressively upgrade campaign. In fact, according to some reports, some people claim their computers were updated to Windows 10 without their approval.
Windows 10 is a good operating system and after the Anniversary Update, we can say that a good number of issues this operating system had in the past are fixed. To make things even better, the Anniversary Update included even more improvements to the OS.
However, Windows 10 is far from being perfect, which means that Microsoft will have to constantly release new updates. And this it will do: The company will host an event on October 26, 2016 in New York City, at which it will present the future of Windows 10. This event will be streamed online, which is great for people who can’t attend the event and want to find out in real time what Microsoft has to say about Windows 10’s upcoming features.
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