Microsoft announces that Windows 10 will arrive on July 29
The software giant unveiled the next version of its operating system, which will connect different types of devices and will be "faster than ever"
Microsoft announced Monday that the next version of the Windows 10 operating system, which promises a great convergence between different devices, will be available on July 29.
The software giant aims to offer a new way of using this popular operating system and reach more than 1,500 million people using it worldwide. "Through tests over four million people, have made great progress in Windows 10 and are almost ready to deliver this free update to all our customers," he explained the company vice president Terry Myerson an entry in corporate blog.
One of the main new features of Windows 10 will be the possibility of being used in different screen sizes, whether smart mobile phones, notebook and desktop computers as well as tablets, televisions and game consoles. "Familiar, but better than ever, Windows 10 brings the Start menu we know and love," added from Microsoft, which promises that Windows 10 will be "faster than ever", very safe and launch free security updates.
As has been having in recent months, Windows 10 include the virtual assistant Cortana default, a new Web browser that will replace Microsoft Internet Explorer and Edge will be called, and to perform comments and annotations.
The new platform also come with an office suite redesigned and Office 2016 productivity, incorporating free OneNote and Outlook, as well as an entertainment service offers a new Xbox gaming experience or the new Continuum function, which enables a "smartphone" with Windows 10 to a monitor, keyboard and mouse to turn the phone on a PC. Another novelty is Windows Hello a face recognition system that will allow access to the machine without a password and providing instant access.