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Windows 10: 5 New Facts

Microsoft is done releasing Windows 10 previews until at least January, but details about the new operating system continue to leak.
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Early Windows 10 Preview builds have focused on mouse-and-keyboard features such as virtual desktops, but a touch-focused preview is on the way.
Early Windows 10 Preview builds have focused on mouse-and-keyboard features such as virtual desktops, but a touch-focused preview is on the way.

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Li Tan
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12/9/2014 | 8:50:45 AM
Expecting to see new Windows
I am looking forward to see the new Windows and how does it look like. Windows XP is a big change and success compared to previous Windows. Windows 8 is not that popular at the moment - many people still prefer to stay at Windows 7. How about Windows 10? Especially I am willing to see how Cortana will perform compared to Siri. 
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