Why we want Windows 10
Let’s face it. Not all of us enjoyed Windows 8. A lot of consumers were scared off by the drastic changes of the touch-friendly, tile-based system.
But with the soon to come Windows 10, Microsoft has blended the familiar features pc users loved for twenty years while moving forward with their new OS for PCs, tablets and smartphones.
Users can look forward to seeing the familiar Start button; the traditional Desktop view returns; Continuum Mode allows for ease of use with hybrid laptop/tablet computers; and Task View for multi-tasking via multiple desktops.
Although the projected ship date is 2015, Windows 10 is well on its way to righting the wrongs of its predecessor.