On July 29 last year Windows 10 was freely available for everybody who was already using Windows 7 or 8.1. It is currently running on over 3.5 million devices, even on Xbox One, and we will soon receive the Anniversary Update on August 2nd. Read on if you need to find out more about the Windows 10!
The Anniversary Update seems to be really important for the development of this OS. Also, at the Build 2016, Microsoft declared that the free upgrade for Windows 10 will only be available until July 29, so if you plan on getting it for free, this is the time to do it. Of course, you can’t really forget about it, since most likely Microsoft is reminding you about it every time you open up your laptop/PC.
The Anniversary Update in August will include some serious improvements for Cortana, Ink and Windows Hello. Another important change will be the fact that Edge will now be able to support biometric login. This means that it will be easier than ever to log in simply by using your fingerprint, for instance.
At the Build conference, Microsoft showed how build 14306 will enable you to use the Surface Pen to make your life easier. Whether you want to write down an idea that just crossed your mind or to draw a route on the map of a country, you will be able to do this in a simpler manner with the Surface tablets. Also, besides all these changes, Microsoft announced that the Windows Hello addition will allow you to use wearables in order to simply unlock your PC.
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