Windows 10: The Good, The Bad, The New

You’ve probably heard that Microsoft has now released its latest Windows version.

After mixed reactions we’ve seen from Windows 7 and 8, Microsoft now launches Windows 10. Interesting to note how it skipped having Windows 9. Makes us wonder whether the latest OS is indeed a big leap from the blunders we’ve seen in the previous versions.

If you’re still wary about upgrading, it might be reassuring to know that Windows 10 has had the largest number of beta users to date.

But then again, it may be a smart move to wait just a bit more as Microsoft has promised to provide further updates and tweaks on their latest creation in the coming weeks.

However, here’s a quick rundown of what’s new, what’s good and what’s bad based on initial reviews:

The verdict? Most initial reviews think this is the best Windows by far.

Because it can run on smaller tablets and smartphones and has made the necessary feature improvements from Windows 7 and 8, it’s more pleasant to use, easier to learn and flexible for most users.  Best of all, it’s free.

Sources: //www.cnet.com/ | //www.techradar.com/ | //www.pcadvisor.co.uk/