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]