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Windows 10 Technical Preview: Terry Myerson and Joe Belfiore on the future of Windows

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Update: Microsoft reveals biggest-ever change in Windows updates [Computerworld, Oct 3, 2014] — Michael Silver of Gartner: “This is [Microsoft’s] answer to the update cadence issue for enterprises, and what organizations want. … Silver called the three “consumer speed,” “near-consumer speed” and “long-term.”” Rather than the historical offer-everything-to-everyone updating policy — which has relied on security patches during the approximately three years between each edition of Windows.
+ Microsoft: Consumers should wait for Windows 10 Consumer Preview out early 2015 [Pocket-lint, Oct 2, 2014] — “We’ve got the consumer preview at the start of 2015, then the developer preview in April, followed by the launch of the final version later in the year,” a spokesman for the company told Pocket-lint. + Microsoft (MSFT) Has Got 3-Step Startegy To Win Smartphone And PC Market ! [Dazeinfo, Oct 3, 2014]

Terry Myerson, executive vice president, Operating Systems Group, announces Windows 10, Microsoft’s next-generation unified platform (“from Xbox to PCs and phones to tablets and tiny gadgets” — “from some with 4 inch screens to some with 80 inch screens”) that adapts across a family of devices to the way people and organizations work. Technical Preview for early pre-release testing, evaluation and feedback is available October 1. Joe Belfiore, corporate vice president, Operating Systems Group,  presents what is called “the tailored experience for PC, tablet and phone” for the very first time.
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