Windows 10 and DesktopNow
At the start of October 2014, Microsoft released the first preview of its next Windows operating system, namely Windows 10. Scratch beneath the surface and the first preview that was released was closer to something like Windows 8.2, with a preview of the next generation user interface, including the sorely-missed start menu. While it did not contain any of the deeper changes expected in the core of the operating system, it did make a clear statement that reassured consumer and enterprise customers that Microsoft had listened to its users and was making the changes they wanted without throwing away the best things from Windows 8.
In January we have now seen a more substantial preview of Windows 10 as Microsoft builds towards an expected final release around September or October. This latest preview contains more of the underlying security and kernel changes promised in Windows 10, and at AppSense we are now researching the new opportunities and potential changes for our product lines.
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