Windows 10

Microsoft uses telemetry, or diagnostic data, to improve Windows 10 and determine how and when new versions (feature updates) and monthly quality updates should be delivered to users' devices

Screen shot shows the Windows 10 Diagnostic Data Viewer

Windows Information Protection may help protect the dissemination of some proprietary and confidential information, but it only works on Windows 10 devices

Some third-party antivirus software could prevent Windows installations from receiving security updates

Organizations may find Windows 10 Always Connected devices, which will initially feature an ARM processor, useful in some limited scenarios

Windows on Windows and an x86-to-ARM CPU emulator are key to running legacy applications on ARM-based Always Connected devices

Windows 10 includes changes to improve power management on all devices and processors

Traditional management tools and processes not designed for the new Windows 10 servicing and support model may make transitioning and ongoing management harder

Chart lists Microsoft's major on-premises and hosted tools for managing Windows 10 devices

Windows 10, System Center, and Intune now support a model of delegated management between the on-premises and hosted Intune management service