TBN Getting Ready for Windows 10

As some of you may know, Windows 10 is slated for release later this year and Microsoft is hoping to win back the users who were not overly impressed with Windows 8.

As Microsoft partners, we at The Bridge Network have had multiple machines running builds of Windows 10 since October 2014 and are very pleased with its direction and how well things are running. And, of course, both Tracker the 10 and 11 suites are fully compatible and are working without any issues.

One of the most notable changes targets one of the biggest complaints with Windows 8 in that this new version will include a new start menu in which users can switch between the classic menu (Windows 7 and earlier) and a tablet friendly menu (Windows 8) on the fly. While we can’t comment on all features, as things can always change prior to the release, it’s very clear that with many performance updates, cloud integration and a digital assistant, you can see that Microsoft listened carefully to its users and are ready to really impress.

Currently all users of Windows 7 and 8 are slated to get this upgrade for free once it’s released and we will keep you updated as the release date approaches about different things to look forward to in this new operating system.

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