Microsoft has announced the long-awaited launch of Windows 10, scheduled to
be the iconic platform's last numbered version. By all estimations, Windows
10 will give modern IT users everything they want, wherever and whenever they
need it. The one operating system, on the surface at least, addresses all
kinds of devices - from PCs and smartphones to even game consoles.
For Microsoft, Windows 10 is not just another update; it promises a wholly
new user experience. Seamlessness is an important theme to recognize, a vital
force in an era when employees demand more flexibility in working
environments. Microsoft was behind the curve when it clung to the strategy to
monetize a client device OS. Dropping the numbered versions is evidence the
company is moving away from Windows as a product to Windows as a service. On
paper, this makes complete sense.
Windows 10 comes with a... (more)