Microsoft By Sep. 30, 2014 3:02 pm
This is Windows 10 in action  | Microsoft | Geek.com

Microsoft fooled us all today when it skipped past Windows 9 and revealed Windows 10 instead. You’ll be able to download the Windows 10 preview tomorrow, and there are plenty of screenshots and images from today’s reveal floating around on the net. But if you want a really good look at what’s coming tomorrow, then check out this video from Joe Belfiore.

If you like what you see, you’ll want to become part of Microsoft’s new Windows Insider program. It’s got a certain cachet, right? Windows Insider. It sounds more exciting than “beta tester” or “guinea pig,” and no doubt it’s an attempt to build an enthusiast community around early software releases.

Why sign up to be an Insider? Microsoft “know[s] there’s people who want to live on the edge with us.” Belfiore added, “Hopefully you become an Insider, you’ll see things you haven’t seen before.” Sounds tempting enough. Sure, Microsoft will probably ask for your email address and maybe have a few survey questions to answer, but on the upside, it’s an early exit from Windows 8.

The final version of Windows 10 isn’t due to arrive until after the Build conference in 2015, so you’ve got a bit of a wait ahead of you if you’d prefer to skip the potentially buggy Preview releases.

This is Windows 10 in action | Microsoft | Geek.com

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