Microsoft Windows 7 and 8 users will be eligible for a free, entirely full, version of the Windows 10 upgrade before it is released. To reserve a free copy before July 29th, you can visit https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-10-upgrade. Windows 10 will come with a great new set of features, including an updated Windows 7 start button, multi-tasking, tablet mode, Cortana, and entirely changed layouts.
After many complaints on the Windows 7 to Windows 8 upgrade removing the “Start” button (bottom-left of taskbar), Microsoft decided to add a new and improved Start button back to Windows 10. This will look like a miniaturized Windows 8 start screen, but can be maximized.
Multi-tasking from Windows 8 will still be kept, and two full screen apps can be used at the same time. This feature can even be used on tablets, and Windows 10 tablets can even switch between PC and Tablet modes for a different set of recommended settings.
Along with the changed layouts and interfaces will come Cortana, who can be asked any questions from voice or text, and even have face recognition, if permissions and required sensors are active. If you aren’t familiar with Cortana, you can read more at: http://www.corcomputers.com/?p=316.
Windows 10-built computers will also come with support for 3D cameras, 4K screen resolution, and powerful gaming experiences with an i7 Intel Processor.