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Microsoft today revealed the upcoming version of Windows named Windows 10. They demoed several new features that will be part of this upcoming Windows release. In order to make Windows 10 work smoothly across platforms, Microsoft has introduced a new feature called Continuum. This means the Windows 10 interface will change depending on what device you're using. For example, if you're working with a laptop-tablet hybrid like the Surface, you'll be met with the standard desktop while using the tablet with its keyboard. Once you unplug the keyboard, however, you'll switch over to tablet mode.

When you remove the keyboard, you'll get a prompt asking if you'd like to switch to tablet mode. If you choose yes, the app you're working in (Outlook in this case) will expand to a full-screen mode. When you navigate home, you'll also be presented with the touch-friendly tiled interface rather than the desktop, since it knows you're using the tablet portion of the device.

Check out Windows 10 Continuum feature live:

Windows 10 Command Prompt Gets better

Microsoft's major update to its operating system, called Windows 10 and unveiled Tuesday, has been built to blend old and new in a way that will be familiar to Windows 7 users while also retaining much of its more modern tile interface.

The new OS will run on all hardware devices when it ships next year, from phones to tablets and desktops, and provide software developers with a way to write applications that can span all those platforms, the company said.
Windows 10’s prompt addresses this, finally supporting native selection and line wraps. Accompanying this change is the ability to quickly paste text into the command prompt without needing to use context menus or the menubar.Also huge is the command window’s new ability to re-flow text as the window is resized, rather than simply growing a horizontal scrollbar.

These are some new keyboard shortcuts have found their way into the new Command Prompt as well. We'll have to wait for the official documentation to come online for all new keyboard shortcuts.
  • CTRL + A - Select all 
  • CTRL + C - Copy
  • CTRL + F - Find
  • CTRL + M - Mark
  • CTRL + V - Paste
  • CTRL + ↑/↓ - Scroll (line) up/down
  • CTRL + PgUp/PgDn - Scroll (page) up/down

Windows 10 looks as though it will be far more usable and less confusing than Windows 8 and 8.1

Microsoft changed Windows store to "One Store"


Microsoft is to put some numerical distance between its poorly received Windows 8 operating system and its replacement by calling the new version Windows 10.

The new operating system, expected to be released next year, comes three years after the launch of Windows 8. It was announced at an event aimed at business users in Seattle.

Talking about the new name, Terry Myerson - executive vice president of Microsoft's Operating Systems Group - said that the Windows 9 name "wouldn't be right" given the new One Microsoft internal strategy. Hence the move to Windows 10.

Unlike previous editions where each version of Windows and each device had different app stores, Windows 10 will have only One store and applications purchase will work on all devices, similar to the iOS App Store, or Android Play Store.

"There will be one way to write a universal app that targets the entire family. There will be one store, one way for applications to be discovered, purchased and updated across all of these devices," says Myerson

Windows 8.1 was a welcome but bittersweet upgrade, partly due to the fact that it offered the ability to run Metro apps in the classic desktop UI, but still prevented users from using them in smaller windows. Windows 10 effectively finishes the job here, allowing you to run Metro apps in windows.

Windows 10 technical preview system requirements - Official from Microsoft

Microsoft just took the wraps off Windows 10, its next major update to the Windows platform. The software will be designed to work among all types of devices, including laptops, tablets, and smartphones.

In order to make Windows 10 work smoothly across platforms, Microsoft has introduced a new feature called Continuum. This means the Windows 10 interface will change depending on what device you’re using. For example, if you’re working with a laptop-tablet hybrid like the Surface, you’ll be met with the standard desktop while using the tablet with its keyboard. Once you unplug the keyboard, however, you’ll switch over to tablet mode.As windows 10 will be available in late 2015.

Although it's unclear why Microsoft decided to name it Windows 10 instead of Windows 9, perhaps there's one obvious reason: the company wanted to distance itself as much as possible away from the previous version.

The link to Download windows 10 will be available tomorrow as Microsoft said so if you want to give it a try these are the requirements you will need to be able to install Windows 10 technical preview as Microsoft said :


Q: What are the system requirements for the Windows 10 Technical Preview?
If you want to test the Windows 10 Technical Preview on your PC, here’s what it takes:
  •  Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
  •  RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB)
  •  Free hard disk space: 16 GB
  •  Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
  •  A Microsoft account and Internet access
The Windows 10 Technical Preview can be installed on PCs meeting system requirements running Windows 7 or newer

Windows 10 Key Features


Microsoft announced Windows 10 on Tuesday at an event in San Francisco, marking the next major upgrade to Windows and the return of the Start menu.

Windows 10, which skips a number in its sequential order (many believed it would be called Windows 9), is the first major update since Windows 8, which was considered a failure by many and virtually ignored by businesses. It will also be the name of the next mobile operating system for Windows Phone.


Key Features (For Reference)
Here are the first set of features highlighted during the September 30 announcement and included in the Technical Preview. This list is more of a sneak peak, not an exhaustive list of final product features:

Expanded Start Menu: The familiar Start menu is back providing quick one-click access to the functions and files that people use most, and includes a new space to personalize with favorite apps, programs, people, and websites.

Apps run in a window: Apps from the Windows Store now open in the same format that desktop programs do. They can be resized and moved around, and have title bars at the top allowing for maximize, minimize, and close with a click.

Snap Enhancements: Working in multiple apps at once is easier and more intuitive with snap improvements. Have up to four apps snapped on the same screen with a new quadrant layout. Windows will also show other apps and programs running for additional snapping and even make smart suggestions on filling available screen space with other open apps.

New Task View Button: The new task view button on the task bar enables one view for all open apps and files allowing for quick-switching, and one-touch access to any desktops created.

Virtual Desktop: Instead of too many apps and files overlapping on a single desktop, it’s easy to create and switch between distinct Enterprise Specific Features: “Windows 10” will include features designed for businesses, including ones specifically to address their need for improved security and management.

How to Switch between start screen and start menu on windows 10

When Windows 8 was first released, the only way to boot directly to the Desktop was to employ some registry hack or install a program that does the same but today Microsoft has change that by bringing and start menu and booting to the desktop on windows 10.

So, if you're one of those people that clicks or touches on the Desktop app every time you start your computer, you'll be happy to know that configuring Windows 10 to skip the Start screen and use your classic desktop altogether is a really easy change to make.

1- If you're using a keyboard or mouse and are already on the Desktop, which seems likely considering the change you're wanting to make here, right-click on the Taskbar and choose Properties,


2-Skip to Start Menu and Check or uncheck the box next to "use the start menu instead of start screen" as you can see in the picture above.
4- Touch or click the OK button to confirm the change.


5-  click on Sign out and change settings to confirm the change.


Your are done.

Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9841 screenshots

Today, Windows user experience chief Joe Belfiore took stage to demo the upcoming Windows 10 at the press event. He did the demo using Windows 10 build 9841. He started by talking about the new Start Menu which includes Live Tiles as well as Windows 7 style app list. You can pin Live Tiles,

The download link will be available tomorrow and for who is looking for windows 10 consumer centric features, you'll have to wait until early 2015 for that preview. Microsoft did say that Windows 10 will launch at some point in 2015, but they did not narrow down a (rough) date, yet.

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Windows 10 More Screenshots - Windows 10 allows to move windows and apps to different desktops

If you've been looking forward to Windows 9, the OS that will fix what Windows 8 got wrong, you're in for a surprise: There will be no Windows 9. Instead, Microsoft announced it will proceed directly to Windows 10.
Microsoft's Terry Myerson said the new Windows needed to be built from the ground up for a "mobile-first, cloud-first world," the mantra Microsoft has adopted ever since CEO Satya Nadella took over.
To that end, Windows 10 will run on more types of devices than ever before, and Microsoft will bring forth a single application platform, complete with one integrated Store, to deliver Windows experiences across products.

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Introducing windows 10 - Video


SAN FRANCISCO — The next Windows is such a radical departure from  its predecessors that Microsoft has jumped up two version numbers. At a press event today (Sept. 30, 2014), Microsoft Executive Vice President of OS, Terry Myerson, introduced the new operating system, named Windows 10. Available in an early preview build tomorrow, the new platform brings back the Start Menu with new additions such as Live Tiles.

Windows 10 will let users run any app in a window and features virtual desktops. It also introduces a new type of program called “universal apps” that will run in touch or non-touch modes.

“We’re not talking about one UI to rule them all,” he said. “We’re talking about a product family,” he said. ”Windows 10 will deliver the right experience on the right device at the right time,” he said. The OS will also run on phones, but with a different interface than what the company showed today. so check out this video

Windows 10 in 4K screen is amazing



Today Microsoft officially unveiled the latest version of its traditional computer operating system, curiously called Windows 10.

Touted as the company's "most comprehensive platform, ever," Windows 10 stresses a single product family, platform, and store. While the announcement covered quite a bit in terms of enterprise customers, general consumers have some changes to look forward to as well—one of which is an updated and familiar Start Menu.

4K is the hottest buzz word in the tech world right now, and it's rewriting the rulebook when it comes to image quality.
It affects not just the world of 4K TV and cinema, but also cameras and image capture, smartphones and tablets, computer monitors and PC games - practically anything that displays images or records video.
4K TV sets are now available from most of the major TV manufacturers,but when you try windows 10 in 4K screens its totally different from all what you tried before.

Windows 10 To Rule PCs, Phones, Tablets

 

At at event in San Francisco, Microsoft previews the next iteration of its desktop operating system with a surprise naming leap that leaves out 9 and goes straight to Windows 10.

"Windows 10 will run on the broadest amount of devices. A tailored experience for each device," Myerson said. "There will be one way to write a universal application, one store, one way for apps to be discovered purchased and updated across all of these devices."

In fact, Microsoft wants Windows 10 to be able to intelligently detect when you switch a 2-in-1 device (like the Microsoft Surface) between tablet and laptop modes. Belfiore showed off a demo called "Continuum" where the Windows 10 user interface would shift between two different views when you dock or undock it from a keyboard, and adding a new Back button to help you navigate when the touchscreen is your only option. T

Microsoft says it will launch Windows 10 in 2015, and won't talk about the consumer features of the new operating system (or presumably, the smartphone experience) until early next year.

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Microsoft just announced the newest version of Windows. It's called Windows 10. Yes, Microsoft has decided to skip a digit in search of the perfect name. More importantly, Windows 10 will be a single operating system that finally spans all of Microsoft's Windows powered devices, from desktops and laptops all the way through to tablets and phones. "Windows 10 will be our most comprehensive platform ever," says Windows boss Terry Myerson.



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Windows 10 shipping in 2015

Microsoft talked about  Windows 10 shipping in April 2015 . At the BUILD developer conference i Microsoft will discussing its vision for the future of Windows, including a year-off release codenamed "Threshold" that called Windows 10


Windows 10 start screen is amazing


Windows 10 start screen is amazing because its a mix between start menu and Modern UI. Microsoft said "We're trying to be thoughtful about a UI that goes across all devices."

Windows 10 still have Charms bar

A lot of people kept saying the Microsoft will kill the charm bar with new OS but this picture prove that Microsoft isnt thinking on that way.
So Microsoft is trying to keep some parts of Windows 8 alive here for touch users.
"The way we're going to evolve this touch UI, I expect that Charms bar to change."



Windows 10 command prompt has been improved

Microsoft with windows 10 did some fabulous changes  : You can now paste in directories into command prompt with Ctrl+V.
You used to have to trigger a context menu and hit the paste option. A lot easier now.


Microsoft is focusing on the desktops with windows 10.

 

Microsoft is officially unveiling the name for the next release of Windows today: Windows 10. While the software maker had referred to Windows 10 as codename Windows Threshold internally, today’s official naming puts any rumors of Windows, Windows TH, Windows X, Windows One, and even Windows 9 to bed. It’s simply Windows 10.

 It seems like Microsoft is focusing on the desktops with windows 10 this time more as you can see from the pictures .There's multiple desktops at the bottom of the interface, and when you launch task view it shows all the apps that are currently open.and "Task view" is the new button on the taskbar.




Windows 10 is Running on build 9841

“Windows 10 will be our most comprehensive platform ever,” Windows chief Terry Myerson said at a briefing with reporters in San Francisco.and as you can see Running on 9841,
The search experience has been improved in windows 10 as  Universal search from the Start Menu, and web results.
"The tiles and icons that are shown are a blend of classic apps and new universal apps."
"As users start using these apps they should just feel familiar and work in a way you'd expect with a mouse and keyboard."





Windows 10 Start menu screenshots

Microsoft on Tuesday gave its first detailed look at the next major update to Windows, which it has decided to call Windows 10.

The software, expected to be released in final form next year, is designed to run across the broadest array of devices, with screens ranging from four inches to 80 inches, with some devices having no screens at all.

"Windows 10 is a very novel approach of separating corporate and personal data across all devices."
Microsoft is really pitching Windows 10 at businesses here.
"Windows 10 is going to be our greatest enterprise platform, ever."



The new windows name is Windows 10

Microsoft has realeased the new name of windows and it will be called windows 10...Big surprise and "Windows 10 will be compatible with all the traditional management systems used today."