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Windows 10 is releasing today, and so I have listed my top 5 reasons for consumers and businesses to upgrade.
Top 5 Key Reasons for Consumer 1. Windows 10 is free for genuine Windows 7 and 8.1 users 2. Windows 10 will return to the more familiar and popular Win7 UI (User Interface) elements combined with improvements of Win 8/8.1 and the use of so-called “Apps” 3. Familiar experiences across multiple devices (Phone, Tablet, PC, Xbox) 4. Cortana can be a change agent of how user interact with a PC 5. Integrated experience with OneDrive and Cloud overall
Issues to be aware of No “Windows Easy Transfer” Not all Win 7 / 8 / 8.1 users can easily upgrade (particularly users running 32-bit systems) After the Windows 10 Upgrade there is no restore facility / go-back No Media Center Edition (plus no codecs to play DVDs) Anti-Virus Software “Handling” Problem of “Constant updates” not going away
Top 5 Key Reasons for Businesses Windows 10 will return to the more familiar and popular Win7 UI (User Interface) elements combined with improvements of Win 8/8.1 and the use of so-called “Apps” Familiarity across devices and universal apps Mobile Management and enhanced security Cortana can be a change agent of how users interact with the desktop PC Cost of ownership
Issues to be aware of No “Windows Easy Transfer” Constant updates Integrated experience with OneDrive
As Chairman of the Board and CEO of Laplink, Thomas guides the company’s strategic direction. Prior to joining Laplink in 2003, Thomas was Chairman of the Board for Infowave, where he was involved in interfacing with global business and financial communities. Thomas also served as Infowave’s Chief Executive Officer from February 2001 to April 2002. Prior to joining Infowave, Thomas worked at Microsoft for more than 13 years. He was Corporate Vice President of Microsoft’s Network Solutions Group where he was responsible for Microsoft’s worldwide business with telecommunication companies. Thomas was instrumental in developing Microsoft’s vision for the communications industry and led the development of strategic partnerships in mobility, broadband and hosting. Previously, he was General...