"However, it’s just okay, not disruptive. It’s perhaps what Windows 8 might have looked like if it had been evolutionary, not revolutionary. I doubt it will convert many Mac owners, spur a shopping spree in new PCs, bring in droves of new developers, or save the Windows Phone.Walt Mossberg Reviews Microsoft Windows 10 | Re/code
And I advise would-be upgraders who aren’t enthusiasts to wait to upgrade at least for a few months, until the product is more stable and reliable.
Microsoft says that Windows will now be treated as a “service,” with frequent small updates to quash bugs and add features. So this may be the last release of Windows with a formal new name."
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Walt Mossberg Reviews Microsoft Windows 10 | Re/code
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