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Big Changes Coming to Windows 10 in November

Category: Operating Systems
Posted: 05:22PM
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Rumor has it that Microsoft will be publically releasing a massive update to Windows 10 this November that will usher in a wealth of changes to the latest Windows operating system. Windows 10 has made its way to more than 75 million devices since its release, despite usage share dropping recently. The November update is expected to include a range of new features, with the most notable ones at the moment surrounding the Edge browser. The Microsoft Internet browser is expected to receive support for the WebM open source HTML5 standard and feature extensions, a universal messaging application for desktop users, and performance enhancements. 

Windows Insiders have had access to the Windows 10 November update since mid-August.

Source: Fudzilla



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cjloki on September 06, 2015 00:35

well thank you for that ...that edge has not been all that for me, so and update seems like the right thing

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Guest_Guest_* on September 06, 2015 00:48
"Windows Insiders have had access to the Windows 10 November update since mid-August." Uh, no we haven't.
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Guest_Guest_* on September 06, 2015 04:26
Here's the thing, it doesn't need more features right now, windows 10 just needs all the bugs fixed, especially with MS Edge, with it's crashes and lack of bookmark management.
Phil on September 10, 2015 14:26

LOL, I just ignore Edge the same as I always ignored IE.


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