Windows 10: 6 Things Microsoft didn't talk about announcing Windows 10


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       01 Oct 2014 #1

    6 Things Microsoft didn't talk about announcing Windows 10


    Microsoft had a big day yesterday and unless you were living under a rock, you likely saw the announcement of Windows 10. The preview, which is available today for download, has some notable gaps that we reported on earlier this year and are worth pointing out.

    The announcement yesterday was targeted at the enterprise and the enthusiast user. Microsoft knows that it needs to rekindle its relationship with the enterprise and the features announced were primarily for power users. Knowing that, it's not a surprise that many of the 'consumer' features are still locked away in Redmond.
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  2.    01 Oct 2014 #2

    Seems pretty obvious as this was just a test taster for the enterprise. It makes sense, enterprise have their own preview, consumers will have their own preview, and then developers will have their own preview when everything is basically set in stone.

    Then GA.
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