Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Is All Set To Release Windows 10 Operating System In July

A lot has been spoken about Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) latest operating system Windows 10, especially after it announced to stop giving support for Windows 7. The tech giant has called it the best operating system for PC users. According to reports, it has announced the launch of Windows 10. If everything goes as per plans, Microsoft will set forth its newest operating system in July end.

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Will This Fill The Space Created By Windows 8:

After a wonderful success story that Microsoft wrote with Windows 7, the expectations of users had gone to all new level, but the company couldn’t repeat the same success in Windows 8. There were a lot of loopholes in the previous version of Windows, which proved to be a huge setback for the company. The launch of Windows 10 is an ideal platform way for the company to overcome its previous failure.

Windows 10 is claimed to be a smart operating system that changes according to users’ preferences. For instance, if anyone is doing general tasks on his PC, then it will give a classic windows feeling that users are habitual of. But once the user starts using touch screen, it will turn into a smart display automatically and change the entire interface. Windows 10 will work with the entire eco-system of devices that Microsoft has launched till now.

The company has also started working on the second build (10051) of the Windows 10 for the phones that are going to be made available with Project Spartan. It is inbuilt in the operating system and is expected to take the level of customers experience to newer heights. The company has also made public that the new version of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) will support most of the smartphones of Lumia series except Lumia 930 and Lumia 640XL. There are some screen-scaling issues with these two phones that don’t let the newest version of Windows run.

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