Microsoft gave an uncharacteristically small audience a sneak preview of what’s in store for the next version of Windows; something they’re calling Windows 10.
Microsoft appears to be going to great lengths to ensure they listen to customers (big business, foremost) this time around to make the release palatable.
Thus far the preview appears to focus on the user interface, not underlying technology, as the area in which Microsoft will really try to gain acceptance. Features and changes related to touch-based devices, the app Snap capabilities, window switching, and navigating the desktop environment are all taking the spotlight.
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