Windows 10 is the Goldilocks version of Microsoft's venerable PC operating system -- a "just right" compromise between the familiar dependability of Windows 7, and the forward-looking touchscreen vision of Windows 8.
Windows 10 is an entirely new version of Microsoft's veteran Windows operating system – a version that is make-or-break for Redmond company.
Windows 10 is accessible from desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets.
The ability to sync your PC across multiple devices is a huge plus.
Windows 10 is designed to appeal to Windows 7 users who were scared off by Windows 8's tiles by presenting a more-familiar desktop interface.
Pictured is the Windows 10 start menu with a built-in live tiles feature.
Windows 10 offers the best of its mobile OS and its traditional OS.
Windows 10 review: Microsoft has got it right with the latest version of Windows – it's time to upgrade.
Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system is finally here. Windows 10 is a realization of Microsoft's big dream to have a single Windows that runs across all devices.
The best thing about Windows 10 is that it's simply Windows, through and through.
Most home users of Windows 7 and 8.1 can upgrade to Windows 10 for free. The Start menu is finally back, and Continuum lets you use a Windows Phone or tablet like a desktop PC.
Windows 10 is incredibly fluid and responsive.
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