Windows 10, a release which has become a celebration. A festival of everything that is Microsoft.
The company has been the leader in the world of technology and IT for over three decades.
Microsoft’s dominance in the world of software and operating systems is known to be huge.
The company has always been oriented towards the future and has been coming out with excellent results when it comes to developing future based products and services.
With windows 10, not only have they stepped foot into the future of the business, but have changed the way it will be.
Microsoft is all set to change everything and has taken a major leap of faith, re-writing their legacy with this release. The Windows 10 OS will finally launch on the 29th of July for PC.
Soon to follow will be the Windows 10 Mobile OS, Windows 10 for surface devices and Windows 10 compatibility upgrades for the XBOX devices.
Microsoft is preparing an all-round attack and has been doing it exceptionally well. Bill Gates, a true visionary might have envisioned it years ago, and able leaders like SatyaNadella and Phil Spencer have today made it possible.
With Windows 10, everything is exceptional and larger than life.
However, there is one thing which has been bothering a lot of users of the windows 10 preview versions – the fact that the OS consumes a lot of battery life has been a problem for most people.
There have been reports where people have claimed that their battery lives have reduced by as much as 30%. These have been some rare, yet shocking incidents.
However, Microsoft is indeed aware of this problem and has time and again ensured that upon the final launch of the OS this problem will not be there.
The company is reportedly working with Intel to work on these lines.
Here’s an excerpt from PCworld: Intel and Microsoft are working to optimize drivers for battery performance on Windows 10 across Intel platforms,” an Intel spokesman said in an email.
“While we are working on technical optimizations, we have seen very minor hits to battery life but even the upper end of what we have seen is below 10 percent.
Do know that we expect battery life on Windows 10 systems to be nearly the same as on Windows 8.1 systems once the final Windows 10 drivers have been updated and released.”