Microsoft to share Windows Threshold plans at Build 2014 show: Report

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  1. savlaka Win User

    Microsoft to share Windows Threshold plans at Build 2014 show: Report


    Read more at: http://www.zdnet.com/microsoft-to-sh...rt-7000025047/
     
    savlaka, Nov 14, 2008
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  2. psychomania---01 Win User
    psychomania---01, Nov 14, 2008
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  3. xicxac Win User
    why name it windows 10 and not 9?

    What happened to Windows 9?

    There was never a Windows 9, Microsoft skipped this number and went to 10 instead. Company officials decided to choose 10 because they believe this release is a 'Perfect 10' and to also signify this is the last major release of Windows. There will
    still be revisions of Windows 10, just don't expect there to be a Windows 11, Windows 12 etc. Initially revealed at BUILD 2014 as a minor update called ‘Threshold’, Windows 10 was originally intended be a minor Update 2 for Windows 8.1. Somewhere along the
    way, plans changed and the operating system evolved into the major revision we have today.
     
    xicxac, Nov 14, 2008
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  4. ShadowFold Win User

    Microsoft to share Windows Threshold plans at Build 2014 show: Report

    Slow startup after Windows 10 Threshold 2 update

    Here the same "Very slow boot" and slow "Login Windows" screen after Threshold 2 update.

    I have a Alienware Area-51 R2 (2014) PC with Windows 10 x64 PRO.

    Before this Threshold 2 update it was all super fast.
     
    ShadowFold, Nov 14, 2008
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  5. mc-dexter Win User
    Please ditch Metro and bring back the start button and normal log in. I would buy it day one.
     
    mc-dexter, Nov 14, 2008
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  6. MRCL Win User
    Microsoft reportedly planning Windows 9 release in April 2015

    Microsoft is currently working on an "Update 1" for Windows 8.1, but the company has bigger plans for the future of Windows as part of a "Threshold" wave of updates. Windows watcher Paul Thurrott reports that the company’s Threshold plans will involve a release of Windows 9 around April 2015. Microsoft will allegedly unveil its vision for Windows 9 at the company’s Build 2014 developer conference in April, with a release planned for a year later.

    More HERE
     
  7. mc-dexter Win User
    Agree *Smile
     
    mc-dexter, Nov 14, 2008
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  8. Paulieg Win User

    Microsoft to share Windows Threshold plans at Build 2014 show: Report

    Looks like even more tile sizes for Metro tiles. The extra big size may be good for live tiles. For those of us that actually use them that is. *Wink

    I'm not opposed to the old start menu, just make it optional. It's not something I would use but its something a lot of users want back. Same with Metro, I use it but some don't care for it.

    I really hope Metro becomes Windowed like the Desktop. The full screen lock in doesn't appeal to me.
     
    Paulieg, Nov 14, 2008
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