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Windows 10 Free Upgrade Starts Rolling Out In 190 Countries

Microsoft’s most ambitious Windows update is now live in 190 countries. The core mantra is “one platform, one store and one experience” across all categories of devices, which Microsoft believes, should be incentive enough for developers to make apps for the platform.


From now, Windows will be upgraded more frequently and all updates and features will be available in small update packages.

So what’s New? The new Windows 10 brings back the affable Start Menu and integrates Cortana as a powerful digital assistant. Cortana will soon appear on Google Playstore too for seamless transition, just in case you like it enough. Microsoft will be focusing on more apps for Android and iOS users from here on.

Microsoft also labels Windows 10 as the most secure Windows OS till date and replaced much loathed Internet explorer with the sexy Edge browser.

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Microsoft has a lot riding on this latest update. It is essential that all users who are stuck with Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows XP move forward and adopt the new OS. The continuum feature which allows you to transform your phone to a PC will also make a strong case for Windows 10 platform.

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If you have reserved Windows 10 update in advance or if you are an Insider (Insiders get first priority) and if Microsoft has released an update for your PC, you will get the notification for Windows 10 update. For everyone else Windows 10 Home will be available at $119 (Rs. 7,500 approximately) and Windows 10 Pro will cost $199 (Rs. 12,600 approximately).

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We recommend you to wait for a few weeks before you download and install your update. You should also back up your PC before you proceed and for that, you can use tools like System GoBack Free.


Deepak Singh

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