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Windows 10 upgrade will not affect Microsoft financially

Windows 10 upgrade will not affect Microsoft financially

Microsoft is not having sleepless nights about their free Windows 10 upgrades, which are being rolled out across the world. The company is saying that this roll-out will have no financial impact on their bottom line. By reporting massive losses, the tech giant has forced tech and financial analysts around the globe scratch their heads; according to those experts, either this ‘free’ upgrade is not free or someone else is paying for this. Ultimately the Windows 10 upgrade is not free. It is free in the usual marketing sense when a salesman tells his unwitting customer, after barging his toe in the front…

Windows 10 – The Verdict

Windows 10 - The Verdict

Windows 10 was possibly one of the most awaited Windows update Microsoft has released in a long time. Although the update just released, over 14 million users are said to have already installed it. This was within just 24 hours of the launch. Like all new updates, Windows 10 to0 has a few bugs that might need some immediate attention. It looks like the update hit the target with its launch, but if Microsoft wants Windows 10 to stay popular then they might want to check for the errors that users are facing and rectify them soon. The number of…

Free Windows dressing from Microsoft

Free Windows dressing from Microsoft

In the manual of effective sales techniques to drive up sales and generate profits, it is one of the oldest tricks. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. It all depends on the product being sold and how well it does with its consumers. It also depends on how good the product is. If it is a bad one, or merely functional, recipients of company gifts may want to look elsewhere for alternatives. For now though, the sales pitch tells customers that there is no other software package like it. The pitch is being heard by mostly loyal customers or PC…

There are factors that might stop you from upgrading to Windows 10

There are factors that might stop you from upgrading to Windows 10

That day has finally come. The Window has opened for millions of Microsoft users around the world to begin upgrading to Windows 10. Diligent Windows users have already begun the arduous upgrading process. However, help is always at hand; it is still left to tech Samaritans to provide this, free of charge in most cases, while Insiders and reviewers give their verdicts on the process so far. One reviewer supercharged his pessimism ahead of time, warning PC users of Windows 7, or Windows 8.1, that it may not be a good idea to begin upgrading to Windows 10. Anyone planning to…

Windows is still only OK

Windows is still only OK

It is considered by some analysts to be a decent launch. Microsoft’s Windows 10 is also guardedly viewed as an improvement of Windows 7 and Windows 8. So far, the initial launch has proceeded with barely a whimper. Responses have been mixed, if not tentative. Analysts continue to ask questions rather than offer favorable reviews on early sightings and testings of the new software package. For starters, Windows 10 will be rolled out in three distinct phases rather than once-off. Perhaps a negative reaction to previous phased launches of earlier Windows software packs, Microsoft Inc. is not about to throw…

Insider information on Windows 10

Insider information on Windows 10

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 is available for downloading ahead of the hyped-up release date. At this stage users will have access to the ‘RTM Build 10240’. ISOs can also be accessed, but officially Microsoft would prefer that this aspect of their software build remains untouchable. The Build program is only available to Microsoft’s trusted Insiders. The rest of the world must wait until the official launch date at the end of the month. The download process is familiar territory for these Insiders. Breaking down the archaic software language, the process goes something along the lines of the following; Users will…

The Windows 10 preview

The Windows 10 preview

There are a number of users eagerly waiting to see what Microsoft Windows 10 has to offer. While the update is still a few days away, Microsoft has released a YouTube video for all those interested in taking a sneak peek at what Windows 10 is all about. One of the first things that will grab your attention is the “hero” desktop image. It looks like Microsoft put in a lot of effort just to create a background that is appealing and attractive. The video is focused on a team working in a photography studio in order to create the…

Microsoft announces three ‘Portable Dual’ battery packs, starting from $35

Microsoft announces three 'Portable Dual' battery packs, starting from $35

With the release date of Windows 10 all set for July 29, software giant Microsoft has decided to cater to the needs of smartphone users by digging its hands in to a different market. The firm has announced three ‘Portable Dual’ battery packs, with the base model stamped with a price of $35. As the name suggests, these portable smartphone chargers will be able to charger two mobile devices simultaneously and will be available to purchase in the following capacity variants: 5200 mAh 9000 mAh 12000 mAh The 9,000 mAh will feature a price of $45, while the 12000 mAh model…

Microsoft reveals release date for Windows 10

Microsoft reveals release date for Windows 10

Ever since Microsoft spoke about the launch of the much awaited Windows 10, users believed that the upgrade for this version of the Windows OS will be free. On Monday, June 1 Microsoft finally spoke about the hyped Windows 10 and cleared the air about its pricing. Windows 10 Home will cost users $119 and those looking for Windows 10 Pro might need to shell out $199 for the OS. Users looking to upgrade from the home version to the pro version will need to pay $99. The company stated that although the price of Windows 10 is same as that of Windows 8.1,…

Windows 10 Home and Professional OEM prices leaked through Newegg

Windows 10 Home and Professional OEM prices leaked through Newegg

Windows 10 might be the last operating system to be released by Microsoft (which the company plans on improving it through the release of timely updates), as revealed by two elusive elements which have now been found out. One happened to be the release date, which according to several sources, state that the operating system is planned for June 29, 2015 and of course, it’s pricing. Another source states that thanks to the clumsiness of United States stationed e-commerce website Newegg, both Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Professional prices have been leaked, with pricing details presented below: Windows 10 Home: $109.99…

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