Windows 10 Primer: What to Expect from Microsoft’s New Operating System
Windows 10 Primer the name of the new book from Mike Halsey, like me a Windows Experience MVP. It’s a book for IT professionals, system admins, power users and for enthusiasts of what to expect from the new operating system that Microsoft is going to release in 2015, Windows 10. Media, Bloggers, News and social media are getting more and more excited about Windows 10 each day, and Microsoft has the hard job of making sure they are delivering an operating system that can stand up to the expectations.
About the Book
No matter what your technical level is, the book is written in such a way that it stays readable for any audience (of course you do need to have some interest in Windows and computers) and is divided into 6 chapters:
- Introducing Windows 10
- New and Improved Features of Windows 10
- Windows 10 for phone and other devices
- What’s new for End Users?
- What’s new for Business Users?
- Maximizing Security and Productivity
About the Author
I liked the way Mike told us about the new features launching in Windows 10, such as Cortana, Syncing of Devices, Notifications Center, Multiple Desktops and so much more. If you’re not able to keep up with all the latest in the Windows operating system but want to know what Windows 10 is all about, then Mike’s book is worth reading and I mean that, as a Microsoft MVP in Windows I keep up to date with all the latest, but mike’s book did surprise me with some thing I did not know.
The Book is excellently structured and easy to read, like I said above it provides good info for any kind of Windows user, developers, enthusiast, business users and so on. I highly recommend the book to you, I enjoyed reading it, and believe me, I do not like reading so it’s a good book!, if you are interested into a quick update about the new operating system from Microsoft: Windows 10 then Mike Halsey’s book is something you should read.
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