This June just kicked off with an exclusive announcement many of us were waiting for months. The Windows 10 version will be publicized globally on July 29 this year. The next big update for MS is designed as a unifying platform that will offer continuity across mobile, desktop, tablets and even the Xbox One gaming console, and it will be a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8 users for the first year.
The biggest feature addition to the Windows 10 upgrade is cortana. Watch out Microsoft giving an official message, announcing this news through a special podcast.
Other than cortana, there’s a lot more to expect from this new upgrade. Here are the quick highlights to it’s new add-ons:
A new feature that will help you log into your computer through face or fingerprints recognition, all depending upon the hardware support.
Xbox live app
This feature will help you stream varied gameplays, interact online with your Xbox friends and stream the games on your PC.
This lets you smoothly jump between multiple Windows 10 devices, and which lets you use your phones like a PC with external input accessories.
Welcoming Microsoft Edge
This is what created the most buzz. The successor to the beloved Internet Explorer. This is designed with minimalism all around and collaboration tools, and is also integrated with Cortana.
Microsoft is doing everything to completely satisfy their users about this new upgrade, doing their best possible to make the exiting apps work on it. It’s no more a secret that Windows 8 wasn’t as popularized as the most common upgrades, the company is trying out it’s best to give them a “BETTER” Windows 10.