Windows 10 availability – what can we except as end user?

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There was major improvements in the windows 8 OS when they had released an update last year. I could access all the shortcuts, improved tiles screen and more. With regard to that, what are the expectations as a end user from a company which manufactures products for the end user? Will the windows 10 supports PC software? Oh my god! If that happens, there will be no break to fun and productivity. How much efficient will be the OS in saving power? Will there be something which changes the market place all together or it will become vista 2? More user friendly and more battery friendly is my wish as I do not want everybody to carry a power bank and a mobile in the future. What do you say?

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Windows 10 availability – what can we except as end user?

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Most Windows Mobile OS runs on PDAs this preceeds the introduction of today’s smartphones and since the year 2000, Windows Mobile remained the most popular mobile OS in the world until the introduction of Google’s Android as well as Apple’s iOS in 2007 changed the picture. The introduction of Windows 10 which can be tagged as "everywhere Operating System" is designed to run on broad range of phones, PCs and Tablets with application softwares completely synchronised on them. In other others, with the introduction of the Windows 10 is a sign for Microsoft Company looking promising of equally extending it operation from the traditional computing products such as laptops, tablets, Xbox One, etc. to sensor-operational devices and gadgets, cars, etc. Also, with the introduction a Battery Saver Mode of Windows 10 which is set to dim the screen besides cutting down on unwanted notices to save battery life. The Battery Saver Mode is activated automatically when battery drops to 20%.

In conclusion, Microsoft's Windows 10 OS comes with User Interfaces such as Action Center, Taskbar, Task View and App Title Bars making it user friendly as compared to the UIs (charms, app bars, etc.) of Windows 8/8.1 OS. Furthermore, Windows 10 Mobile OS seems to be so ahead of comparing Windows 8/8.1 Mobile OS to it in that, it operates across every single device, with smartphones inclusive. Windows 10 on tablets, smartphones more identical to Windows 10 on Laptops or Desktops computers and the other way round. (The difference is the gadgets in use and not the OS)

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