Microsoft’s event has finally revealed all its secrets surrounding Windows 10; some were expected, while others not so. There is clearly something to appeal to everyone in this major update, whether you are a heavy Internet browser or a gamer. Microsoft’s focus seems to be set on providing cross-platform access to a variety of users and obviously, winning back haters of Windows 8.
Have a look through some of the main new features of Windows 10 and decide for yourself whether it will be a success. Perhaps the new HoloLens will grab your attention or the new, confirmed browser Spartan. Whatever the case, Windows’ 10 success will no doubt hinge on whether these new updates, additions and enhancements are enough to entice everyone to use them and put Microsoft’s operating system back on top again.
Microsoft’s HoloLens was the big unexpected news that will no doubt have everyone talking for a while. Basically it is a headset, that will one day, project its operating system over what you see in real, everyday life. It will supersede Google Glass and any other existing virtual eyewear already on the market. But what’s really special about HoloLens is that it doesn’t need to be paired with any other device in order to work. For any skeptics out there, NASA will be using Microsoft’s new prototype technology in order to control its Mars’ Rovers, as soon as July. At the event, Microsoft gave demos to demonstrate how the HoloLens could be used in everyday life, showing a woman creating a drone model, shaping it using her hands and via voice commands.