Windows 10 looks set to be one of the most significant releases of the Windows platform ever, and Microsoft continues to deliver updates and revelations regarding the operating system as the launch draws closer.
With this in mind, we've updated our roundup of what users can expect from Windows 10 when Microsoft officially launches the platform.
This is widely expected to be towards the end of July although, as the firm disclosed this month, the versions targeting smartphones are likely to be delivered at a later date than those for PCs and tablets.
10. One platform to rule them all
Microsoft has set itself the ambitious target with Windows 10 of delivering a platform that can run on everything from smartphones to tablets, laptops, desktop PCs, and even tiny devices like the Raspberry Pi and hardware for the Internet of Things (IoT).
However, as Microsoft made clear when it first announced Windows 10, there will not be one homogenous version of the platform, especially as some devices are based on ARM chips and others x86 processors.
In practice, there will be several different editions (see number 5), some of them targeting mobile devices, some traditional PC hardware, and others devices like the Raspberry Pi and IoT hardware.
Nevertheless, all of these editions will be based on the same core kernel code, with a universal app platform. There will be tailored user interfaces for different devices, like phones, but Microsoft is promising a consistent user experience across Windows 10.
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