After being rumored for quite some time, Microsoft has finally announced the next iteration of its hugely popular Windows operating system. Called Windows 10, it is designed to run on various types of devices; from Internet of Things all the way to servers.
The new operating system has been scheduled for release in 2015 but that being said, Microsoft has cooked up a special program called the Windows Insider Program in order to allow users to have an early look into the operating system.
By signing up to the program, users will be given access to the Windows 10 Technical Preview which basically is an early build of the operating system. Microsoft will also be gathering feedback from users via a built-in tool within the technical preview in order to help the company turn Windows 10 into an operating system that is able to satisfy the needs of users out there.
Microsoft has also stated that this week’s Windows 10 Technical Preview are meant for desktop and laptops with server version to be released at a later date. As the full details on Windows Insider Program has yet to go live at the time this article goes online, do keep a constant look at preview.windows.com for up-to-date information regarding the program.
[Source: Official Windows Blog]