Microsoft has been touting Windows 8 as the “ultimate operating system” since it was released back in 2010.
It was supposed to be a pure PC OS that would be perfect for the average home user.
It would have a powerful desktop with a touchscreen and the ability to run applications that run natively on Windows, but that’s not what people really wanted to see.
What they really wanted was an OS that could run a bunch of apps, without requiring any new software to be installed.
That’s when the company made a big move into mobile computing.
The company released the Lumia 950 and 950 XL last year, and it had a decent track record on tablets.
They were a great tablet experience, but there were issues with the screen, lag, and performance.
So, Microsoft took a different approach and released Windows 10.
Microsoft has said that the goal is to get people into their homes as quickly as possible.
They also added a feature called Cortana, which lets you access and ask for help from a wide variety of people across the web and apps.
And Microsoft has made a number of announcements over the past few months, including the new version of Windows 10 for mobile devices, Cortana for the Surface Pro, and the introduction of the Surface Studio and Surface Pro 4 tablets.
But what about the hardware?
Microsoft has a long history of releasing hardware that doesn’t feel right for most consumers.
When you see a laptop with a lot of features that isn’t necessarily a great idea for a home PC, it can be a bit of a headache.
But it’s still not all bad.
Windows 10 is the only OS that has a dedicated processor and a GPU.
It also has a number on the CPU side, which means it can do more than just run a full OS.
That includes multitasking, and Microsoft has taken the best features of both the Surface Book and the Surface Pros and added them to Windows 10, including a new version that can run at a lower-level OS called Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft says it’s done a lot to optimize Windows 10 and is a lot more responsive to the way users interact with the OS.
But that’s all about hardware, and there are other factors that make it hard to love.
For starters, Microsoft has no plans to upgrade to Windows 8 anytime soon, and you can only get Windows 8 for free.
The company also isn’t making the new Windows 10 version available for free to anyone who already has Windows 8, and if you buy Windows 10 Pro, you’ll have to pay $79.99 for a lifetime license.
But that’s also not an issue for most people, who don’t need to worry about the new hardware and are instead focused on the software and software updates that they need.
Microsoft’s also offering a free upgrade to the Surface 2 for anyone who buys the Surface line of devices.
And there are also some other perks, like the ability for users to take advantage of a new feature called “Windows 10 Business” which lets them create a new business account, share photos, and share files across multiple devices.
But even with all of those perks, it’s hard to find a reason to upgrade.
And, most importantly, Windows 10’s performance is just terrible.
We’ve already discussed the performance issues that people have been having with Windows 10 as of late.
It’s not just a matter of the hardware, but the way Microsoft has built the OS to run at low power levels.
And it’s not surprising that some people have found Windows 10 to be slower than they expected.
The latest hardware reviews have also been negative, showing that some users have been experiencing the same problems as they did on Windows 7 and 8.2.
If you’ve been in this situation, you might be thinking, “If it’s this bad, why do I need a new PC at all?”
Well, there are a few things that Microsoft has to change.
The first is to give users a reason for upgrading.
Windows 8 and Windows 10 were supposed to have a simple upgrade path, so it was only natural that the company would offer Windows 10 free if they thought it was important to people.
However, with Windows 8 people didn’t have the option to upgrade and had to use the free upgrade path.
That is changing.
And that’s great.
But Microsoft has also made it clear that they want to make sure that Windows 10 stays as powerful as possible for people who want it.
The reason that Windows 8 was so popular was that Microsoft was able to take a feature that people weren’t necessarily interested in and make it really easy to use.
Microsoft is working on the new OS to make that process even easier.
And the company has also taken steps to make Windows 10 faster.
It has implemented a new performance benchmark that will be used by developers to make their apps run at faster speeds.
That means that the performance of the apps they create will be higher.
And because it’s going to take longer for developers to