Windows 10

A new release and servicing model for the Windows client OS means organizations have to revise how they evaluate the product and how they manage a faster release cadence

Organizations migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10 need to understand the features of the business-focused editions

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is designed to bring new features and improvements to the OS as part of the ongoing rapid release and update cadence

New and improved identity and security features in Windows 10 will be attractive to large organizations, but they are limited to Enterprise edition

Organizations need to understand the manageability features in the different editions of Windows 10 to determine where improved personally owned device management is available

Windows 10 shell, which is a key portion of the user interface, retains a mode for use on tablets, while offering full functionality for nontouch devices

Two browsers will be built into Windows 10 to support both modern Web standards and legacy Web applications

An application developed using the Universal Windows Platform can run on any device type, but Windows 10 and new code are required

New processors from Intel and AMD support Windows 10, but support for Windows 7 will be time limited

As Windows 7 moves closer to the end of support, organizations must consider the impact of the new release and servicing model on upgrading to Windows 10