Over the years, Microsoft Windows has become a familiar sight on the majority of home and office PCs. However, with the launch of Windows 10 slated for later in 2015, the world’s most-used operating system is set to become better than ever.
One significant shift is the end of Internet Explorer, replaced by a lightweight browser codenamed Spartan. In addition, the new release will add support for multiple desktops, made popular by the Mac OS X operating system. Finally, the inclusion of Cortana gives users intuitive speech recognition on their desktops and laptops.
While there are many new additions, certain changes are working backwards. Microsoft has responded to huge public demand to reinstate the familiar Start button with the launch of version 10.