There were some surprises in Microsoft's announcement about its next operating system update, including that it will be called Windows 10. But Redmond has much more in store for users.
Microsoft on Tuesday took the lid off its much-anticipated Windows 10 operating system. An updated user experience and better security and management functions are at the core of the announcement.
It’s finally here -- the next major upgrade to the Windows operating system. But it’s not called Windows 9, as many expected. Microsoft is skipping to Windows 10, which heralds the return of the start menu.
With its eyes clearly set on the holiday market for Chromebook-like devices, Hewlett-Packard has unveiled a new lineup of its HP Stream Windows notebooks and tablets, starting at $99.99.
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