Posted November 29, 2018 11:07:23With Windows 10 on the horizon, Microsoft is now pushing the limits of what’s possible with a new version of its operating system.

    Windows 10 for desktop and laptops is expected to come out in the next few weeks, though we don’t know exactly when.

    Microsoft has made no secret that it wants to make Windows 10 a premium product for users who don’t want the bloated, expensive, or slow experience of Windows 7 or 8.1.

    Microsoft has been releasing Windows 10 for laptops and desktops for years, but this new version comes with a couple of new features that are expected to make it a lot more affordable for businesses.

    First, the new version will have a more compact design.

    Windows 10’s default desktop has a 1.6-inch screen that Microsoft says is too big for a laptop.

    With the new, compact design, the default desktop will be 1.75 inches, according to Microsoft.

    It will also come with a stylus, a pen, a keyboard, and a trackpad.

    Windows Hello, a new way for Windows to authenticate users to Microsoft accounts, will be available as a default option.

    Microsoft is also expected to introduce a new “Microsoft account” option for PCs.

    Microsoft says that this option will be an option for Windows 10 users who do not want to use the traditional user interface of Windows.

    The new Windows 10 version will also offer better multitasking capabilities, and it will be possible to run two versions of the same application on the same PC simultaneously.

    Microsoft says the new Windows will come with more customization options, but the company doesn’t have a date for these additions.

    The new version won’t replace Windows 8.

    If you’ve been using Windows 10 since the first build, you’ll probably be happy to hear that it will still run on your existing PC.

    But for businesses who want to take a different approach, Microsoft says they can choose to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro.

    This version of the operating system will support up to 4K video output, 8GB RAM, and Nvidia’s GeForce graphics cards.

    Windows XP, the operating environment that many people used to use before the advent of the Internet, will still be supported.

    This means that if you want to run a version of Office 2003 or Office 2007 that is no longer supported, you can still run it.

    Microsoft said that Windows XP Pro will be “available as a free upgrade option for businesses with a minimum of $15.”

    The new versions of Windows are expected soon.