When you think of a desktop computer, chances are you are thinking of Windows, start key, taskbars and all that has come to define the operating system. Windows has made Microsoft a familiar brand among households and offices alike. Not because it was the only operating systems for our computers, Unix/Linux and MacOS (OS X) have all along been around, but it has been relatively user-friendly and affordable compared to the alternative OS.
However, that is about to change; not that the other OS are gaining popularity or Windows is becoming less user-friendly and expensive for people. Well, Windows 8/8.1 was not as user-friendly, but still users could always revert to using the earlier versions of Windows. Microsoft has since corrected on that flaw with the release of Windows 10 and made it available for free to users for a whole year. Even now, there still ways users can still get Windows 10 for free.
The rain started beating Microsoft with the first release of Apple’s first touchscreen device back in 2007. Although the device was slow and buggy, it brought a new fresh design in how …read more
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