Windows 10 has been with us for over three years now and we think this is the new Windows 7. We feel that its easy to use and on our machines there have been very few issues for a new operating system. In addition it feels robust.
The Next Windows 10 update codenamed 'Redstone 42' and called Spring Creators Update is due in April 2018. It will put a magnifying glass on things like artificial intelligence, gaming, HDR video and security.
We recommend upgrading to Windows 10.
Windows is now more than just an operating system.
Microsoft believes the future of Windows is as a platform for all. Like Android, the strength of Windows is in the thousands of companies that develop for it and use it in their products.
That's why Windows 10 is no longer just an operating system for 32 and 64-bit PCs. It will also run on the ARM platform for smaller tablets and smartphones.
Universal apps will run not only on PCs, but on Windows 10 phones, Windows 10 for IoT devices and Xbox as well.
Like Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 before it, Windows 10 is part of the Windows NT family.
Windows 10 Take Up
It’s been nearly two years since the consumer launch of Windows 10. Microsoft pulled no punches in attempting to accelerate the adoption of this new PC operating system by providing free upgrades for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users. There has not been an operating system since Windows XP with as steep a migration curve as Windows 10 and we are awaiting the fourth major update called The Creators Fall Update. Please see:
More than 400 million active devices are running Windows 10 which has 28.98% of the market for PC's. The latest version is 1709 The Creators Fall Update with The Spring Creators Update due in April 2018.