Microsoft Skips ‘9’, Goes Straight to ’10’


Microsoft has announced their latest operating system – and they didn’t go with a name people expected. 
The new software went straight from Windows 8, to Windows 10. 
While the company hasn’t done a complete unveiling on the product, Microsoft has given consumers a peek at the new look. 
That new look includes the return of the start menu – but with an updated twist, along with the ability to run multiple desktops at once and running multiple apps on the same screen. 
Microsoft has not released a timeline on when Windows 10 will be available to the public. 

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