Windows 7 and 8 users can upgrade for free to Windows 10 for the first year, the company announced. Users will also be able to schedule their upgrades in advance using a reservation system.
Microsoft is also using a “reservation” system that allows users to sign up to be notified when the update is available, and to schedule it to install when you want.
A big new feature addition for Windows 10 is Cortana, so here’s a message the company prepared from its virtual assistant ant announcing the news.
What else do you get? Well I’m glad you asked – here’s a quick look at the highlights:
- Microsoft Edge: The successor to Internet Explorer, designed around minimalism and collaboration tools, plus with Cortana integration.
- Word, Excel and PowerPoint built in.
- Xbox Live and Xbox app for doing things like recording gameplay, interacting with your Xbox friends and also streaming Xbox games to the desktop.
- Windows Continuum, which lets you smoothly jump between multiple Windows 10 devices, and which lets you use your phones like a PC with external input accessories.
- Windows Hello, a new login method that uses face, iris or fingerprint recognition to log you in without a password, depending on hardware support.
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