Windows 10 “represents the first step of a whole new generation of Windows,” writes Terry Myerson, executive vice president, Operating Systems, in a blog post. “Windows 10 unlocks new experiences for customers to work, play and connect. Windows 10 embodies what our customers (both consumers and enterprises) demand and what we will deliver.”
Windows 10 continues the work shared at Build last April. Universal Windows apps and the ability to leverage the same code to deliver appropriately tailored experiences to multiple device types were the centerpiece of that announcement. They continue to be the cornerstone of the single Windows application platform announced by Terry and Joe today. The most important thing you should take from today’s announcements is that the best way to prepare for Windows 10 is to keep building universal Windows apps.
Windows 10 has new features like new taskbar,addind a desktop similar to workspaces seen in mac/linux,snapping windows means multitasking like using 4 apps at the same time instead of the 2 previous multitasking panes.. !
here have a lokk on whats hot in windows 10 !! one word to say is awesome !! though this things would have been incorporated previously in windows but as they say never less the better !! #great work by the windows ... kudos !! happy so far..
Also the fluidity has been wickedly increased have a look :- though kind of an odd video !
I know many of you will participate in the Windows Insider Program. Keep in mind that this is all pre release software and you are likely to encounter a variety of issues at this stage:
- We don’t recommend using Windows 10 as your primary OS for software development. The Windows App Certification Kit does not currently work on Windows 10 and there also a few bugs in the tools which mean that this combination can’t be used for ‘go live’ software development.
- Don’t worry if you encounter issues running your apps. We have not yet done the extensive app compact work that we do for every Windows release, we are too early in the cycle yet. These problems will be fixed and we remain committed to app compatibility says microsoft
- We haven’t integrated all of the visual designs into this build. As with previous previews of Windows the look and feel will be finalized as we get closer to the release date, so please don’t consider the UI you see, or the features you use, as complete. Things will change says microsoft
Source : - Microsoft