Windows 10 is set to be released this summer. If you haven’t given Windows 10 Insider Preview a shot, you can do so easily by following our guide.
First you will need to make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements to run Windows 10.Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit) Free hard disk space: 16 GB Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver A Microsoft account and Internet access
Besides having a system capable of running Windows 10, you will need a writable DVD or a USB flash drive to make a bootable disk using which you can install Windows 10.
In January 2015, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8,1 users.
Soon after, a rumor spread around and as a result confusion ensued.
The rumor suggested that, Windows 10 would be offered for free, even for pirates, i.e people who use non-genuine Windows. Users began to wonder in amazement how this could be possible. Word of the rumor reached Redmond, following which Microsoft clarified that it was only partly true.
It said that Non-Genuine Windows versions will receive the Windows 10 update, but the license status will not change. So a pirated version of Windows will remain so even after the update. It was [...]
Windows 10 has been impressive ever since it made its debut in the form of Technical Preview, last year.
It has brought in several changes including the latest browser Microsoft Edge, a Start Menu which is similar to Windows 7 and more.
Microsoft has also retired several classic features including applications like Internet Explorer, and Windows Media Center. The OS continues to evolve as it heads towards an RTM release, and is scheduled to be officially launch in late July.
However apps and features aren’t the only changes in the upcoming OS. The update system of Windows itself, is changing. Microsoft announced in January that Windows 10 would be a [...]
Windows 10 may be heading our way in the next two months or so, but it will have to defeat one heck of a rival.
And no, I’m not talking about the classic operating system, Windows XP.
It is XP’s bigger brother, Windows 7 which stands tall with over 50% shares as the most used desktop operating system in the World, reports NetMarketshare.
The five year old operating system from Redmond which debuted in 2009, has 58.39% of desktop usage shares and is the undisputed king amongst all operating systems. It is followed by the mighty and aging Windows XP, which was introduced 13 years ago in 2002.
And what a difference there is in the numbers [...]