What happened to Windows 9? According to Microsoft, Windows 10 is so amazing, calling it Windows 9 just wasn’t dramatic enough. Clearly, despite the ongoing ridicule, Microsoft is sticking to its bizarre and irrational naming conventions.
In any case, Windows 10 arrived on July 29, 2015. It includes a Start button, and something that looks like a Start menu but is not actually customizable. It also sports an optional tile-based interface as in Windows 8. The result is basically an improved version of Windows 8.x.
I’ll post more about Windows 10 on this page as I learn more. You can also find posts about Windows 10 on the blog.
Useful Windows 10 articles on Boot13
- Windows 9 is Windows 10
- Microsoft will finally reconcile version identifiers with Windows 10
- Windows 10 upgrade process now running on Windows 8 desktops
- Deciding whether to upgrade to Windows 10
- Windows 10 lands
- Windows 10 review
- Microsoft responds to Windows 10 privacy concerns
- Microsoft breaking Windows 7 & 8 so you’ll upgrade to Windows 10
- If you don’t want Windows 10, disable Automatic Updates
- Windows 10 privacy concerns are legitimate
- Windows 10 build 10586
- Only Windows 10 on new PCs after October 2016
- Remove those annoying Windows 10 upgrade prompts
- Windows 10 now classed as ‘recommended’ update for Windows 7 and 8.1
- Microsoft finally providing Windows 10 update history
- Privacy-related updates to avoid on Windows 7 & 8.1
- New restrictions for Windows 10 Pro version