Microsoft Launching Windows 10 in 190 Countries this Summer

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Microsoft Windows 10 launching in 190 Countries and 111 languages this Summer

Microsoft is going to launch Windows 10 in this summer. Since Microsoft announced about this latest version of the Windows operating system last year; Every Microsoft user has been patiently waiting for its launch. Last month Microsoft released windows 10 technical preview for every user. The presentation of windows 10 by the company made excitement in users for the plethora of cool features. Microsoft brings many features in new windows OS. Microsoft also corrects their big mistake of removing the start menu in Windows 8. Microsoft is now ready to launch the latest OS to windows lovers worldwide by launching it in summer.

Microsoft is offering one year free upgrade for users running Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. To deliver a seamless upgrade experience of new windows OS in China Microsoft partnerships with Lenovo, Tencent and Qihu 360. These companies will help Windows 10 reach user in China and spur adoption of Windows 10 worldwide. Terry Myerson of Microsoft said in official blog:

[pull_quote_center]We continue to make great development progress and shared today that Windows 10 will be available this summer in 190 countries and 111 languages.[/pull_quote_center]

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Microsoft installs few interesting tools to make the computing more personal. Windows Hello is one of them. It will provide instant access to windows powered devices through bio-metric authentication by using users face, iris or fingerprint. To unlock the windows devices it is significantly safer than traditional passwords. Microsoft is working very closely with their hardware partners to deliver Windows Hello capable devices. These devices will ship with Windows 10. But now all Microsoft lovers are waiting for newest window launch.

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