Back when Windows 10 officially launched, I ran down 10 reasons you should upgrade to the latest incarnation of Windows . Windows 10 is an entirely new version of the veteran Windows operating system – a version that is make-or-break for Microsoft. The folks in Redmond want to convince you that the Windows Universal App situation isn’t as dire as it appears.
- In addition, Windows 10 doesn’t have any native ability to play DVDs.
- Instead, the Windows 10 installer takes a look at your system and, based on the hardware and software it finds, assigns your request to a bucket of similar upgrade requests.
- Microsoft promises it’ll fix the problem one of these days.