Microsoft has skipped version 9 of Windows and gone straight to Windows 10 for its upcoming release. Firmly aimed at placating the requests of business users, this new version of Windows includes a number of major changes from the current Windows 8 desktop.
One of the not so unexpected additions is the return of the Start Menu. It seems that the new Start Menu will be a combination of the old tile interface with the traditional start menu that everyone is familiar with.The aim is clearly for the the offering to remain familiar to both Windows 7 and Windows 8 users.
It is important to remember that this release of Windows is still in technical preview. That means you really need to know what you are doing if you want to look at it and you really should not be installing it on production equipment. It is designed for testing purposes only at this stage.
Not only are there desktop versions but there are also new versions of Windows server and tablet software indicating the alignment that Microsoft is working towards when it comes to its Windows platform.
Correct Solutions will be keeping tabs on this latest version of Windows from Microsoft and testing it extensively internally in preparation for its commercial release sometime in 2015. We’ll update you on what we find as this testing progresses so stay tuned here.