If you weren’t aware, Microsoft used a portion of the Build 2014 conference back in April to showcase the upcoming changes for Windows 8.1 that would be coming this past August in Update 2. The update came and
went underwhelmed as it didn’t add anything they said would be coming to fix the image of Windows 8. No returning start menu, and no dockable Metro applications.
It was already obvious by then that Microsoft decided to take the Vista route and just sell us another version instead of fixing the one we had all already bought. So at the beginning of this month, Microsoft took the wraps off the next version, named Windows 10 (supposedly for back-compat reasons) and released a technical preview for the world to chew on.Continue reading