Microsoft creates and publishes Windows 10 roadmap

Microsoft creates and publishes Windows 10 roadmap

In the software world one of the hardest things to do right now is to keep track of the updates and new features that Windows 10 receives. Not only do you get new updates pretty much on a weekly basis but there also are major updates coming our way such as Windows 10 Anniversary Edition. To help you with this task Microsoft has created a new Windows 10 roadmap. Let’s see what awaits all Windows 10 users.

Actually things look better from the very beginning – Microsoft has split all Windows 10 features into several groups that include “Archive”, “Canceled”, “In Development”, “In Public Preview” and “Recently Available”. Of course, the most interesting group is “In Development” where you can see what Windows 10 features you will get in the near future. Microsoft has a lot coming – forthcoming updates will allow users to unlock a PC with a phone (Windows Phone or Android) or a companion device. In addition to this you will also get touchscreen support, laptop-like accessory support, which adds support for devices such as the NexDock (a laptop that serves as a dummy terminal and can be used with Continuum), picture in picture, new Start menu updates, integration of Cortana and Action Center, Windows Ink and more.

Most of these features will come after Windows 10 Anniversary Edition launches so users of Windows 10 will have an interesting and fun summer, or so it seems.

Source: Nextpowerup.com

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