The biggest gripe from users of Windows 8 is the lack of the Start button. Microsoft has done an about turn when it comes to this issue and have addressed this in Windows 10. There is a bit of a mix in this layout, a bit of Windows 7 and 8 built together. The obvious benefit of pursuing the Windows 10 route is quite clear – keeping abreast with technology at no cost. Taking into account that all efforts on Microsoft’s part will be focused on Windows 10, getting this upgrade will position you at the forefront for a couple of years. Remember all updates will be free and widely available.
Another huge improvement is Microsoft’s web browser. Gone is Internet Explorer and in comes Edge – a completely new browser promising lots. The Metro apps that gobbled your entire screen now sits nicely in its own window.