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Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9860 update coming soon


With many users still holding onto Windows 7 and XP, it makes a lot of sense for Microsoft’s newest operating system to focus on the classic desktop experience while featuring the best of what Windows 8 has to offer.

recently Microsoft has released new update and are:  KB3008931, KB3008956 and KB3008968 but the in the half way of the installation of these three updates,everyone gets an error that you don’t have Build 9860 installed. This hints to use that Microsoft, has launched updates for Build 9860 beforehand or “prematurely” where Microsoft has yet to push any new Techinical Preview builds.

All of this means that Microsoft os going to release build 9860 or any 986X soon...so be ready to experience the new windows 10 build.

It is about time Microsoft dropped the price for Windows, especially when they offer Windows Phone – their mobile product which will become Windows 10 in 2015 – for free to smartphone users.

Microsoft will talk more about Windows 10 at BUILD in April next year. Until then, we will get to see the latest updates via the Technical Preview, launched last month by Microsoft. 

Win a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro

 Today is really a special day because Lenovo has launched a competion for all internet users to win a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro.

Whats is Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro ?

This £1,000 machine ticks the high-end boxes: a 3,200 x 1,800 touchscreen, a slim, light design and the latest hardware on the inside. It’s up against high-profile machines like the latest MacBook Air and Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus, hybrids like the Sony VAIO Duo and Ultrabooks like the Toshiba Kira.

Ready for the last contest from Lenovo this year and the Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro is quite the hybrid - part laptop, part tablet so try you may be the winner.

1- first of all go to lenovo.com.au/winayoga
2- register & enter this code : 299C1
3- click enter and you are done.
 
 If you won, would you use it more as a tablet or a laptop and why? Let us know your answer in a comment post!

Download first update for windows 10 technical preview

The event on September 30 announced the release of the Technical Preview of Windows 10 for laptops and desktops, often referred to as WTP andMicrosoft announced on October 13 that over 1 million folks are currently testing out the Windows 10 Technical Preview.
The Corporate VP of Operating Systems went on the reveal that a cautious 36% of users have installed the OS on virtual machines.and as you know  Windows 10 Technical Preview is still early stage, and is recommended for PC experts and IT pros only.

Today Microsoft has launched the first update for windows 10 technical preview "kb3000061" and this patch update bring :

Adds capabilities to determine application compatibility problems and effects.
Addresses an issue in which an application such as Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint seems to freeze when you open a document that contains a large EMF file. After you install this security update, you can stop the application without waiting for win32k.sys to finish processing the EMF file.

So if you want to download it you just need to go to windows update from control panel and check for new updates.

Windows 10 build 9859 recently compiled - New languages


It looks like it has been quite an exciting mounth, don’t you think so? After all, there has been the announcement of Microsoft skipping the numeral “9” in order to jump straight to Windows 10 as the next version of the operating system, where it is widely touted to arrive some time in the summer next year,

I already reported that Microsoft steams ahead with Windows 10 development, build 9855 recently compiled  but today we have got a new build 9859 and this version has been sent to a number of Microsoft partners for testing purposes.

The build :

9859.0.141007-1853.fbl_mediaplat_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_x86fre_en-us.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_x86fre_pt-br.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_x86fre_ar-sa.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_x86fre_en-gb.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_x86fre_en-us.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_x86fre_zh-cn.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_x86fre_ja-jp.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_x86fre_ko-kr.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTPRO_RET_x86fre_ar-sa.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTPRO_RET_x86fre_en-gb.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTPRO_RET_x86fre_zh-cn.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTPRO_RET_x86fre_en-us.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTPRO_RET_x86fre_pt-br.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTPRO_RET_x86fre_ja-jp.esd
9859.0.141007-1438.winmain_CLIENTPRO_RET_x86fre_ko-kr.esd


And if you took a look to the build we can see clearly that next build of windows 10 will be bring many new languages like : Arabic,japanese,korean and maybe more.

The preview new builds you’ll be getting your hands on next update is a pre-release aimed for enterprises and tech enthusiasts that are willing to swim against the current, as the pre-release version of the operating system still under heavy development. If you feel that this is not for you, you’ll have to wait until early 2015, when Microsoft will be release the consumer’s preview of Windows 10.

How to uninstall /Remove Windows 10 Technical Preview from Windows Update

Windows 10  is set to launch on October 1th and many PC, tablet and laptop users have already installed the Consumer Technical Preview. But Windows 10 is a big change from Windows 7 and close to windows 8 with visible differences.

What happens if you've installed Windows 10, but want to go back to Windows 7 or 8, (we're assuming no-one is keen on returning to Vista)? Here we explain your options if you wish to uninstall Windows 10.

Before we start it is worth pointing out that Microsoft makes it very clear that rolling back a Windows 10 installation is not a simple task. The upgrade to Windows 10 is made fantastically easy.

On the download page for the  Windows 10 Technical Preview Microsoft says: "If you want to stop using Windows Technical Preview and return to your previous version of Windows, you'll need to reinstall your previous version from the recovery or installation media that came with your PC—typically a DVD. If you don't have recovery media, you might be able to create recovery media from a recovery partition on your PC using software provided by your PC manufacturer. You'll need to do this before you upgrade.After you install Windows Technical Preview, you won’t be able to use the recovery partition on your PC to go back to your previous version of Windows"

If you’ve upgraded your Windows 7 or windows 8/8.1 to Windows 10, then you can uninstall the preview updates using Windows Updates. Just navigate to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features then click on View Installed Updates . You have to find the Update for Microsoft Windows (KB2990214) and uninstall it.



And if you want to to know How to remove Windows 10 Technical Preview From Multiple Boot click here

All windows 10 technical preview new features


Windows 10 Technical Preview appeared last week, nd the experience has been a very pleasant surprise.
I wouldn’t say the changes have exactly transformed the way I work. Yes, I was one of those clamoring for the return of the Start menu, but now it’s here I’ve already stopped noticing it. That’s a good thing, of course: never mind the old full-screen nonsense, the apparatus of a good operating system should be invisible.

The general consensus is that it still has a long way to go to produce a unified OS. Recently, Microsoft publicly made the first steps to doing just that, with Windows 10. Skipping the Windows 9 name entirely, the Redmond, Wash. firm aims to step into the next generation of computing with the right foot forward.


I’ll leave you with a summary of new features within Windows 10 Technical Preview. Keep in mind that Niehus emphasized this was only a preview and would be continued.


Perhaps a full rehabilitation is too much to hope for, but if the next edition of Windows can get us to feel even a bit more warmly towards the current release then that might just make it Microsoft’s most impressive OS ever.Like with any technology preview, especially an operating system, please don’t use this on any of your productivity computers. There will be bugs and things will break.

Download All Windows 10 new Icons

 

In the Windows 10 Technical Preview released this week, you must have noticed the direction in which Microsoft is driving the desktop UI. The UI is going to be more flat looking to match the Modern UX environment. Even though the icons in the technical preview build are still same as in the Windows 8/Windows 8.1, no.of flat looking icons were spotted in the system folder. Take a look at the icons above, Microsoft is redesigning all the current icons to have flat minimalistic look which I think is pretty.

If you are interested in the Icoms that came with windows Technical Preview you can download theme from here:

Download All Windows 10 new Icons

Windows 10 Build 9855 was compiled on October 2nd

 

 Microsoft's release of the first Windows 10 preview this week shows signs that the company's effort to unify the fragmented operating system for PCs, tablets and phones delivered with Windows 8.x is coming to life but not yet an exponential leap forward.

When the techincal preview got released, it included a "Preview builds" feature. It was supposed to allow you to download new preview builds and directly update to them. However, this feature isn't working as of now. By some registry hacking and deep digging, we were able to get a handful of new buildstrings and even their ESD names, but there's not yet a known way of downloading them.

we've learned that there is a simple registry tweak that gives you access to more Windows preview update options Windows 10 build 9841 was compiled on September 12, which was around three weeks ago. That's ancient in development time, so it's no surprise that build 9855 was recently compiled.

the operating system is seeing builds as new as a few days ago. Build 9855 was compiled on October 2nd, just two days ago.

9855.0.141002-1432.winmain_CLIENTPRO_RET_x64fre_en-us.esd
9855.0.141002-1432.winmain_CLIENTPRO_RET_x86fre_en-us.esd
9855.0.141002-1432.winmain_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_x64fre_en-us.esd

do not attempt to enable these features if you do not know your way around the registry because right now, they don't provide any benefit to the user.

Source : http://betawiki.net/index.php?title=Windows%3A10%3AWindows_Update_Builds

Download the official Windows 10 user guide


It’s been just two days since the first preview of Windows 10 is available to public. Apart from the new and improved Start menu, there are plenty of new features and improvements in Windows 10 to make you more productive.

If you're new to Windows 10, there's finally a user guide available from Microsoft to help you learn the basics. The PDF document is 10-page user guide goes over basic Windows 10 topics like the Windows Insider Program and how it works., the new Start menu, Task view to Multiple desktops.

Microsoft has released a PDF guide titled Windows 10 Technical Preview Quick Guide and is now available for download. Users can click on the download link provided at the end of this article to download the PDF guide.

Download the official Windows 10 user guide

Windows 10 Technical Preview new Keyboard Shortcuts



Windows 10  is the latest offering from Microsoft and has reinvented itself as an operating system for both tablet and PC users. While touchscreen users can take advantage of the many navigational rewrites e.g. the Charms Menu, Metro UI with tiles, and swipes, Microsoft has also done their part to ensure that users who prefer getting around with the keyboard would not be left out especially with the return of the start menu..

 Getting familiar with keyboard shortcuts not only help you get the work done faster, but also more efficient. If your daily job rely heavily on using Windows, here are some new Windows Keyboard Shortcuts you might want to check out.

 A list of new keyboard shortcuts in the Windows 10 Technical Preview.

Snapping window: WIN + LEFT or RIGHT (can be used with UP or DOWN to get into quadrants)

Switch to recent window: ALT + TAB (unchanged) – Hold shows new Task view window view, let go and switches to app.

Task view: WIN + TAB – New Task view opens up and stays open.

Create new virtual desktop: WIN + CTRL + D

Close current virtual desktop
: WIN + CTRL + F4

Switch virtual desktop: WIN + CTRL + LEFT or RIGHT

 These are the 50 keyboard shortcuts that you’d probably find yourself using on Windows 10 especially if you still prefer to use start screen instead of Start Menu, when out of swipe mode.


Windows Key + D    Show Desktop

Windows Key + C    Open Charms Menu

Windows Key + F    Charms Menu – Search

Windows Key + H    Charms Menu – Share

Windows Key + K    Charms Menu – Devices

Windows Key + I    Charms Menu – Settings

Windows Key + Q    Search For Installed Apps

Windows Key + W    Search Settings

Windows Key + Tab    Cycle through open Modern UI Apps

Windows Key + Shift + Tab    Cycle through open Modern UI Apps in reverse order

Windows Key + .    Snaps app to the right (split screen multitasking)

Windows Key + Shift + .    Snaps app to the left (split screen multitasking)

Windows Key + ,    Temporarily view desktop

Alt + F4    Quit Modern UI Apps

Windows Key + E    Launch Windows Explorer Window

Windows Key + L    Lock PC and go to lock screen

Windows Key + T    Cycle through icons on taskbar (press Enter to launch app)

Windows Key + X    Show Advanced Windows Settings Menu

Windows Key + E    Launch Windows Explorer Window

Windows Key + Page Down    Moves Start screen and apps to secondary monitor on the right

Windows Key + M    Minimize all Windows

Windows Key + Shift + M    Restore all minimized Windows

Windows Key + R    Open Run dialog box

Windows Key + Up Arrow    Maximize current window

Windows Key + Down Arrow    Minimize current window

Windows Key + Left Arrow    Maximize current window to left side of the screen

Windows Key + Right Arrow    Maximize current window to right side of the screen

Ctrl + Shift + Escape    Open Task Manager

Windows Key + Print Screen    Takes a Print Screen and saves it to your Pictures folder

Windows Key + Page Up    Moves Start screen and apps to secondary monitor on the left

Windows Key + Pause Break    Display System Properties

Shift + Delete    Permanently delete files without sending it to Recycle Bin

Windows Key + F1    Open Windows Help and Support

Windows Key + V    Cycle through notifications

Windows Key + Shift + V    Cycle through notifications in reverse order

Windows Key + 0 to 9    Launch/show app pinned to taskbar at indicated number

Windows Key + Shift + 0 to 9    Launch new instance of app pinned to taskbar at indicated number

Alt + Enter    Display Properties of selected item in File Explorer

Alt + Up Arrow    View upper level folder of current folder in File Explorer

Alt + Right Arrow    View next folder in File Explorer

Alt + Left Arrow    View previous folder in File Explorer

Windows Key + P    Choose secondary display modes

Windows Key + U    Open Ease of Access Center

Alt + Print Screen    Print Screen focused Window only

Windows Key + Spacebar    Switch input language and keyboard layout

Windows Key + Shift + Spacebar    Switch to previous input language and keyboard layout

Windows Key + Enter    Open Narrator

Windows Key + +    Zoom in using Magnifier

Windows Key + -    Zoom out using Magnifier

Windows Key + Escape    Exit Magnifier

How to Install Windows 10 Technical Preview on VMware

With the help of desktop virtualization software VMware and VirtualBox, we can try the latest  Windows 10 Technical Preview OS easily.  Microsoft has released Technical Preview version of  Windows 10 recently with revamping the features, more add-ons and development kits. This guide shows how to install  Windows 10 Technical Preview on VMware workstation (applied to VMware Player too).

Windows 10 Technical Preview is having plenty of new features and well improved performance. The appearance and working technology look different. I’m sure this will be the correct time to test drive new Operating System from Microsoft without complicating your existing OS, I meant; no need to modify the boot loader to have dual boot. Having a  Windows 10 Technical Preview virtual machine makes the experiment easy by working with your host and guest computers at same time.

1) Download the correct ISO of Windows 10 Technical Preview 64 bit from here or 32bit from here.

2) Create a new virtual machine. Select ‘Typical’ and ‘I will Install the OS Later’ option on next screen.


 5) Mount the downloaded Windows 10 Technical Preview ISO to CD/DVD drive of virtual machine.


3) On next screen, select Windows 8 ( or Windows 8 64 bit if you are going to install  Windows 10 Technical Preview 64 bit)


4) Set the Virtual machine name and location.


5)Hard disk size can be anything more than 20GB.the click next and finish.




How to install Windows 10 Technical Preview with simple steps

Windows 10 Technical Preview is a newer version of Windows that contains a number of new and updated features, including an interface that can be used with touchscreen devices as windows 8. After you Download Windows 10 Technical Preview 64 bit from here or 32 bit from here, you'll have the ability to install the program to your computer or on VMware. Follow the steps outlined in this article to install, and set up  Windows 10 Technical Preview.

When you book from a DVD or USB Key Click on "Install now" after the Windows 10 Technical Preview Setup Wizard appears on your screen then choose your language.


 Review the Windows 10 Technical Preview license terms, then place a checkmark next to "I Accept the license terms." then Click on the "Next" button.


 Select "Custom" Installation. and choose your hard disk, custom option will only install Windows 10 Technical Preview.


 Click "Install." Your computer will restart several times while it installs  Windows 10 Technical Preview, and will display the Setup Wizard after Windows 10 Technical Preview has been successfully installed.


 Click on "Use express setting" or you can "Customize" it.


Choose your current network settings, then click "Next.".

Sign in to your PC using a Microsoft account or local account. The Microsoft account option requires you to create or sign in with a Microsoft username and password. The local account option requires you to create a username and password to be used specifically for your personal account on the computer and to do that just click on" Create an account"


If you don't have Microsoft account create one from here or just "Sign in without Microsoft account" for local account;


Enter your Local account user and password


 Wait for the  Windows 10 Technical Preview user interface to load. Your screen will now display a new series of  Windows 10 Technical Preview icons, and your desktop will now display.



Congatulation now you are Windows 10 Technical Preview user.

Download Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise 32bit x86 and 64bit X64 direct links

Yes now you can Download Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise, the Start menu is back. There are virtual desktops. No, the Charms bar hasn't gone away. And no, we don't know when Windows 10 will ship or what it will cost. But we've seen the technical preview of Windows 10 and the word to bear in mind for this release is productivity.

Windows 10 is such a substantial leap, according to Microsoft's executive VP of operating systems, Terry Myerson, that the company decided it would be best to skip over Windows 9, the widely expected name for the next version.

"Windows 10 will run on the broadest amount of devices. A tailored experience for each device," Myerson said at a press event here Tuesday. "There will be one way to write a universal application, one store, one way for apps to be discovered purchased and updated across all of these devices."

If you want to try Windows Technical Preview for Enterprise you can download it from the links below.

Download Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise 32bit x86
Download Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise 64bit x64

If you want to try Windows 10 Technical Preview you can download it from the links below

Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 64 bit X64 direct link
Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 32 bit X86 direct link


Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 64 bit X64 direct link

The next Windows update has finally arrived! Microsoft just announced Windows 10 (apparently Windows 9 was surpassed altogether), a comprehensive operating system that will run across all kinds of devices. From tablets to computers to phones to wearable tech, the latest Windows 10 is designed for compatibility with all screen sizes and is intended be Microsoft's "most comprehensive platform ever." We're impressed by the multidevice functionality — but what's truly noteworthy are new features that might actually make you want to switch to Windows.

“Windows 10 will be our most comprehensive platform ever,” Terry Myerson, head of the operating systems group, told the audience. “It wouldn’t be right to call it Windows 9.So if you want to try you can download Windows 10 technical Preview from the Links below:

Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 64 bit X64 direct link-English
Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 64 bit X64 direct link-Chinese
Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 64 bit X64 direct link-Portuguese

Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 32 bit X86 direct link


The next Windows update has finally arrived! Microsoft just announced Windows 10 (apparently Windows 9 was surpassed altogether), a comprehensive operating system that will run across all kinds of devices. From tablets to computers to phones to wearable tech, the latest Windows 10 is designed for compatibility with all screen sizes and is intended be Microsoft's "most comprehensive platform ever." We're impressed by the multidevice functionality — but what's truly noteworthy are new features that might actually make you want to switch to Windows.


“Windows 10 will be our most comprehensive platform ever,” Terry Myerson, head of the operating systems group, told the audience. “It wouldn’t be right to call it Windows 9.So if you want to try you can download Windows technical Preview from the Links below:

Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 32 bit X86 direct link-English
Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 32 bit X86 direct link-Chinese
Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 32 bit X86 direct link-Portuguese

Windows 10 Blue Screen Of Death - How to skip it

A Blue Screen of Death, also called a STOP Error, will appear when an issue is so serious that Windows must stop completely.Blue Screen of Death is usually hardware or driver related. Most BSODs show a STOP code that can be used to help figure out the root cause of the Blue Screen of Death.

Many people who downloaded Windows 8 are familiar with this problem because it was really hard to install and test windows 8 preview especially on virtual environments like VMware. Since i have experienced it when i was installing windows 8 but today i would love to skip this problem with windows 10.


So here we are some tips to follow to avoid Blue screen of death on windows 10:

1-Startup using Last Known Good Configuration to undo recent registry and driver changes.

2-Verify that a minimum amount of free space is available on your Windows partition. Blue Screens of Death and other serious issues, like data corruption, can occur if there's not enough free space on your primary partition used for the Windows operating system.Microsoft recommends that you maintain at least 100MB of free space but I regularly see problems with free space that low. I usually advise Windows users to keep at least 15% of a drive's capacity free at all times.

3-Scan your computer for viruses. Some viruses can cause a Blue Screen of Death, especially ones that infect the master boot record (MBR) or boot sector.

4-Return hardware settings to default in Device Manager. Unless you have a specific reason to do so, the system resources that an individual piece of hardware is configured to use in Device Manager should be set to default. Non-default hardware settings have been known to cause a Blue Screen of Death.

5-Return BIOS settings to their default levels. An overclocked or misconfigured BIOS can cause all sorts of random issues, including BSODs.

6-Make sure all internal cables, cards, and other components are installed and seated properly. Hardware that's not firmly in place can cause a Blue Screen of Death so try reseating the following and then test for the STOP message again.

Still Can't Fix Your Blue Screen of Death? please leave a comment so we can try to find a solution...Best of luck with windows 10 test.

Windows 10 Continuum feature


Microsoft today revealed the upcoming version of Windows named Windows 10. They demoed several new features that will be part of this upcoming Windows release. In order to make Windows 10 work smoothly across platforms, Microsoft has introduced a new feature called Continuum. This means the Windows 10 interface will change depending on what device you're using. For example, if you're working with a laptop-tablet hybrid like the Surface, you'll be met with the standard desktop while using the tablet with its keyboard. Once you unplug the keyboard, however, you'll switch over to tablet mode.

When you remove the keyboard, you'll get a prompt asking if you'd like to switch to tablet mode. If you choose yes, the app you're working in (Outlook in this case) will expand to a full-screen mode. When you navigate home, you'll also be presented with the touch-friendly tiled interface rather than the desktop, since it knows you're using the tablet portion of the device.

Check out Windows 10 Continuum feature live:

Windows 10 Command Prompt Gets better

Microsoft's major update to its operating system, called Windows 10 and unveiled Tuesday, has been built to blend old and new in a way that will be familiar to Windows 7 users while also retaining much of its more modern tile interface.

The new OS will run on all hardware devices when it ships next year, from phones to tablets and desktops, and provide software developers with a way to write applications that can span all those platforms, the company said.
Windows 10’s prompt addresses this, finally supporting native selection and line wraps. Accompanying this change is the ability to quickly paste text into the command prompt without needing to use context menus or the menubar.Also huge is the command window’s new ability to re-flow text as the window is resized, rather than simply growing a horizontal scrollbar.

These are some new keyboard shortcuts have found their way into the new Command Prompt as well. We'll have to wait for the official documentation to come online for all new keyboard shortcuts.
  • CTRL + A - Select all 
  • CTRL + C - Copy
  • CTRL + F - Find
  • CTRL + M - Mark
  • CTRL + V - Paste
  • CTRL + ↑/↓ - Scroll (line) up/down
  • CTRL + PgUp/PgDn - Scroll (page) up/down

Windows 10 looks as though it will be far more usable and less confusing than Windows 8 and 8.1

Microsoft changed Windows store to "One Store"


Microsoft is to put some numerical distance between its poorly received Windows 8 operating system and its replacement by calling the new version Windows 10.

The new operating system, expected to be released next year, comes three years after the launch of Windows 8. It was announced at an event aimed at business users in Seattle.

Talking about the new name, Terry Myerson - executive vice president of Microsoft's Operating Systems Group - said that the Windows 9 name "wouldn't be right" given the new One Microsoft internal strategy. Hence the move to Windows 10.

Unlike previous editions where each version of Windows and each device had different app stores, Windows 10 will have only One store and applications purchase will work on all devices, similar to the iOS App Store, or Android Play Store.

"There will be one way to write a universal app that targets the entire family. There will be one store, one way for applications to be discovered, purchased and updated across all of these devices," says Myerson

Windows 8.1 was a welcome but bittersweet upgrade, partly due to the fact that it offered the ability to run Metro apps in the classic desktop UI, but still prevented users from using them in smaller windows. Windows 10 effectively finishes the job here, allowing you to run Metro apps in windows.

Windows 10 technical preview system requirements - Official from Microsoft

Microsoft just took the wraps off Windows 10, its next major update to the Windows platform. The software will be designed to work among all types of devices, including laptops, tablets, and smartphones.

In order to make Windows 10 work smoothly across platforms, Microsoft has introduced a new feature called Continuum. This means the Windows 10 interface will change depending on what device you’re using. For example, if you’re working with a laptop-tablet hybrid like the Surface, you’ll be met with the standard desktop while using the tablet with its keyboard. Once you unplug the keyboard, however, you’ll switch over to tablet mode.As windows 10 will be available in late 2015.

Although it's unclear why Microsoft decided to name it Windows 10 instead of Windows 9, perhaps there's one obvious reason: the company wanted to distance itself as much as possible away from the previous version.

The link to Download windows 10 will be available tomorrow as Microsoft said so if you want to give it a try these are the requirements you will need to be able to install Windows 10 technical preview as Microsoft said :


Q: What are the system requirements for the Windows 10 Technical Preview?
If you want to test the Windows 10 Technical Preview on your PC, here’s what it takes:
  •  Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
  •  RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB)
  •  Free hard disk space: 16 GB
  •  Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
  •  A Microsoft account and Internet access
The Windows 10 Technical Preview can be installed on PCs meeting system requirements running Windows 7 or newer