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Microsoft’s approach of staging Windows 10 downloads in a tiered model is working well and was a smart way to go about it. They still have a long way to go, as updates still have to roll out for corporate versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8 and plenty of users won’t update in the first 24 hours, so a lot more traffic is coming. But the way Microsoft is metering the delivery seems to have provided most with a good download experience. I have seen some users complaining their download is taking four, or even six hours to finish,
Windows 10 is almost here. It is releasing on 29th July (this year!) and fans are pretty excited to get their hands on its copy. Yeah, myself included, of course. Another exciting thing that’s to take place is that IE won’t be included in the windows by default. Rather Microsoft’s brand-new web browser called Edge will take IE’s place. Yeahh!! Also… Start menu from Windows 7 is coming back (with more features!) , making Windows 10 a combination of Windows 7 and 8. I had written about it a while back. Plus.. Windows 10 is/will be free! OH MY!! … Read More
Windows 10 is coming soon. By soon, I mean on the 29th of July (this month!). I am so excited about it. Windows 10 (initially codenamed Threshold) was announced in September 2014 at Build 2014. At the said event, Microsoft also announced Microsoft Edge, company’s upcoming web browser. It said that Windows 10 will be packaged with Microsoft Edge and not so notoriously buggy Internet Explorer.
Talking about Edge, it will be minimal like the rest of the OS. Users will be able to take notes, highlight portions of page, share them with others and save favorite pages for later. … Read More