Windows 10 Professional 32-bit/64-bit English International (PC DVD)

September 4, 2015 - Comment

Microsoft FQC-08789 – WIN PRO 10 32/64 ENG INTL EEA USB Product Features Windows 10. Great for doing all the things you do. Familiar and expanded Start menu for quick access to your favorite things Fast, smooth and works with more of what you already have Microsoft Edge, the all-new browser that’s all about getting

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Microsoft FQC-08789 – WIN PRO 10 32/64 ENG INTL EEA USB

Product Features

  • Windows 10. Great for doing all the things you do.
  • Familiar and expanded Start menu for quick access to your favorite things
  • Fast, smooth and works with more of what you already have
  • Microsoft Edge, the all-new browser that’s all about getting things done
  • Automatic updates help keep you current on features and security

Comments

Anonymous says:

Windows 10 addresses most of the issues that prevented Win 8 from being the success it could have been, the problems were mostly down to the “tablet/touchscreen” emphasis that left many desktop and non touch laptop users frustrated. With 10 Microsoft have finally understood that different devices require a unique approach and the OS successfully manages to cater for all users.This will be a rolling review where I update it over a period of time to reflect more time with the final build.It’s important to note that Win 10 is available as an update to Windows 7/8.1 users for free for a period of 1 year from the 29th July 2015. Vista users are sadly not catered for which is a shame as they would benefit most from this.Minimum system requirements are basic: CPU 1GHz or faster, Ram 1GB (2GB for 64bit), 16GB free HDD space and a direct X 9 compatible card**Home v Pro versions**Pro version has: Remote Desktops,…

Mr Baz says:

The OS that Windows 8 should have been In a word, Windows 10 for me is a wow! To put it in some evolutionary perspective, Windows 10 is to Windows 8 as Windows 7 was to Vista. I will explain what I mean by this. Remember the Windows Vista debacle? Then followed Windows 7 – without a doubt the best Operating System Microsoft ever published until its release, and arguably even better than its successor Windows 8.x. Of course, we all remember the recent debacle with Windows 8.0, which was somehow tempered with the unscheduled Windows 8.1 update. Like Windows Vista/7, it appears that the best is to rise from Windows 8.x debacle as Windows 9 [oops 10]. If we are to get used to this Microsoft’s fail-success cadence (as well as number skipping), interesting times ahead as to which version to adopt. If 9 is such a less interesting number for Windows versioning, will there ever be a Windows 13?Okay, to a more serious stuff! This review is based on a clean installation of Windows 10 Pro edition on Asus G74 laptop…

Kaio says:

In a word, Windows 10 for me is a wow! I’ve been using Windows 10 since launch on an I5 3570k based system with 8 GB RAM and a GTX760 GPU. The system has two 256MB SSD’s for OS and OS backup and also two 2TB HDD’s for data and apps. My version was an in place upgrade to a window 8.1 based system.At the launch of Windows 8 I was impressed with performance but less impressed with the entirely tablet based approach that seemed design to ape IOS but caused confusion for a lot of experienced desktop users in doing so.I’m pleased to say this has been addressed in Win 10, with the start button returning (and not just taking you to the start screen) and the start screen now being implemented as a pop up over the desktop. For me this hits the mark now, perfectly suited to desktop operation but also easy to use when in touch screen mode.From my experience performance isn’t greatly altered by the core of this release (but I’ve been very happy with OS and App load times since getting a…

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