Microsoft's next big operating system upgrade arrived Wednesday, and brings with it a host of new features.
Along with the sleek, new user interface design, the biggest changes that come with Windows 10 are the return of a traditional start menu, Microsoft's new web browser Edge, and Cortana, a personal digital assistant. Windows 10 also comes with a new feature called Continuum which allows for seamless transition of work from a tablet to desktop.
The upgrade is free for the first year for consumers who are moving from preexisting installs of Windows 7 or 8. Enterprise and education customers will enjoy an expanded set of security, management, deployment and service features when Windows 10 Enterprise and Education editions launch on August 1.
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