Windows 10 is already here, officially, as you probably know (unless you spent the last two months under a rock in the desert) - and with it came reviews from a variety of sites and sections Technology Across the network. Although we prefer not to jump to too far-reaching conclusions, in general - it seems that Microsoft met the task and managed to impress everyone very much.
Sites such as Yahoo, Engadget, Cnet, and The Verge have lavished compliments on the latest version of Windows, With most declaring that it manages to successfully combine the deep and comprehensive capabilities of the "classic" PCs we saw in Windows 7, and the modern features of smart devices whose buds we saw in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.
Modern apps from skype Windows, Such as personal assistant Cortena and those common to the system and Xbox consoles, were defined as a great improvement compared to the semi-baked variety that accompanied the Windows 8 throughout most of her life, although at the same time the feelings about browser The new Edge was very split - some saw it as a big upgrade and a nimble competitor and definitely worthy of chrome andFirefox, While others defined it as one of the weak points of the new system and as yet far from delivering the goods.
Elements that visitors were less impressed by were bugs and a sense of lack of polish discovered in the application and in some places throughout the system, along with the not very popular decision of Microsoft Office Force automatic updates on users, which may be a kind of Pandora's box if a particular update "breaks" things that worked properly in the past, for one reason or another.
The vast majority of reviews for Windows 10 are much more positive than the ones she received Windows 8 has been launched, so it appears that the "good system, bad system" system is unwritten Microsoft Office Will continue for another round.
What do you think about Windows 10? We'd love to hear your opinion.
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