1 Million rushed for Microsoft Windows 10

The Technical Preview of Windows 10 is getting customer’s fame as it has been downloaded by one million users in two weeks of its availability. The early version of Microsoft Windows was made available for testing which can be downloaded after registration and user can give their feedback for the final version. Microsoft claimed the one million installations of its new Windows software and 200,000 user’s feedback. The company has been trying to bring its new experiences along with the customers’ demands in one Windows.

The new Windows 10 was revealed last month by Microsoft as the next generation of its Windows Operating System. It was cleared by the team leaders of Microsoft including Joe Belfiore, at the launching event that the company is going to take a different approach with its Windows 10. The new windows will be having the best from all as it has certain aspects of Windows 8 along with some specialties similar with the windows 7. Still it is not an attempt to cover the weakness of its current windows 8, instead it might be a new thing with all the issue fixed that were reported with the windows 8. Most of all in the completion of new window it will be the role of user feedback that will play to determine the final features of Windows 10.

Microsoft’s earlier Windows 8 was focused on touchscreen devices, with a completely redesigned user interface, but it was failed to fit on the expectations of the user’s. The new look of Microsoft Operating System in Windows 8 alienated many of Microsoft windows users. The new window is supposed to bring the all new features with removing the many unwanted changes, like no start menu.

With such huge number it shows that users are getting interested to contribute in the new windows with their feed backs. Yet there is much time, about a year for further changes and valuable user feedback to be incorporated into the new window.

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