Showcasing Windows 10

Today Microsoft showcased Windows 10 and shared new information about the next version of its most popular operating system.
 
A Free upgrade for Windows 10 will be made available to customers running Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1 who upgrade in the first year after launch.
 
Delivering Windows as a Service, the customer will get new features when they’re ready, not waiting for the next major release. Developers can build universal apps that can target devices like PC, tablet, phone, Xbox, the Internet of Things, and more. Windows 10 will work the same as it is now for enterprise customers, getting Windows Update and will be kept up-to-date with the latest security and productivity improvements as soon as they are available.
 
Cortana, Microsoft’s personal digital assistant, comes in Windows 10 for fast access to information.
Windows 10 comes with the new browser, code-named “Project Spartan” with the ability to annotate by keyboard or pen directly on the webpage and easily share with friends.
 
New versions of Office apps gives more powers to users. Creating and editing word files is made easy. New inking features allow users to annotate slides in real-time in PowerPoint presentations. Apps like Photos, Videos, Music, Maps, People & Messaging and Mail & Calendar will have the same look and feel across all devices.
 
Continuum Mode: On 2in1 devices, Windows 10 will move easily between keyboard/mouse and touch/tablet as it detects the transition and conveniently switches to the new mode.
 
 
 
Welcoming Microsoft HoloLens
 
Equipped with APIs, developers can now create holographic experiences in the real world. Windows universal apps can be placed as 3D holograms in the world around you and can be communicated with.
 
 
 
Microsoft HoloLens is the first holographic computer. No wires, phones or connection to a PC is needed to operate and access information using holograms.
 
Surface Hub
 
A new large screen device designed for team meetings where multiple people can share and edit content on the screen from any device, and a trusted platform for large-screen apps. Surface Hub is available in two devices, 55" and 84".