Windows Pros and cons for enterprise - why your business should move to Windows 10 By Matthew Finnegan Computerworld UK With the launch of Windows 10 due this week, Microsoft has promised to renew its focus on the enterprise and recover its credibility with businesses following the disaster of Windows 8. Microsoft is positioning Windows 10 as more than just another OS update. It aims to usher in a 'new generation' of end-user computing with a unified experience across multiple device types - whether on a four inch smartphone or 80 inch conference room displays. New features announced in recent months, such as the return of the Start menu, are likely to win over end-users, while security and management tools will chime with IT staff. Take this online course and learn how to install and configure Windows 10 with the options you need. Can Microsoft reach its goal of one billion Windows 10 devices in the next two to three years?
Windows 10 has come with a large number of pros, but also there are some significant cons. Cost makes Windows 10 worth the upgrade, while some Windows 7 and Windows 8 users will not get Windows 10 free through an upgrade, a number will have to pay the standard retail costs: Key reason for getting the latest edition of Windows is Microsoft will support it for longer than both Windows 7 and Windows 8. The Windows Lifecycle page are divided into two sections: Mainstream Support and Extended Support.
Page 5 Pros and Cons, Worth the Upgrade? However, on the bright side Windows 8 is noticeably faster than Windows 7, especially on older hardware. Everything from games to power-hungry programs runs just as smoothly as your PC will allow.
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