Windows 10: Built with Business in Mind

Microsoft on Tuesday took the lid off its much-anticipated Windows 10 operating system. An updated user experience as well as better security and management functions are at the core of the announcement.

Windows 10 is designed with the modern computing era in mind, adapting to various devices to drive more productivity right out of the box. Windows 10 adapts to Xbox, PCs, phones, tablets and even tiny gadgets, as well as large enterprise data centers and Internet of Things devices, all while maintaining a consistent, familiar operating system experience.

"Windows 10 represents the first step of a whole new generation of Windows, unlocking new experiences to give customers new ways to work, play and connect," said Terry Myerson, executive vice president of the Operating Systems group at Microsoft. "This will be our most comprehensive operating system and the best release Microsoft has ever done for our business customers, and we look forward to working together with our broader Windows community to bring Windows 10 to life in the months ahead."

Why Windows 10 is Worth a Look

Bold words, but letEUs look at what else Microsoft is doing with Windows 10 to help drive sales of its flagship software. Part of Windows 10EUs secret sauce is its ability to deliver what Microsoft calls a converged application platform for developers across all devices with a single app store. ThatEUs a mouthful, but the capability essentially makes it possible for developers to write an application once and deploy it across multiple devices so consumers can find, purchase and update it more easily.

Windows 10 was built with businesses in mind, including enterprise-grade security, identity and information protection features baked into the core of the operating system with a mind toward reducing complexities and offering better user experiences.

One practical example is how Windows 10 handles user...

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