Windows 10: The Return of Microsoft

The newest version, , fits in this cadence nicely. is listening again and this product addresses virtually all of the pain points I’m aware of in Windows 8. It switches modes from touch to non-touch based on the hardware and not the legacy application, embraces management and security for IT and supports Ultra HD displays for consumers. It falls into the same cadence that identified Windows 98, XP, and 7 as the products to actually buy, deploy and use. I think most consumer and business end users will be pleasantly surprised at how much better is than Windows 8.

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NOTE: This column was originally published in the .

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