Windows 10 Hands-On: Beyond The Start Menu, What You Need To Know
It has been a few weeks since Microsoft released its Technical Preview of Windows 10 -- which means we've had enough time to walk around the vehicle, kick the tires, and investigate the product in its current form. After the drubbing that Windows 8 took in the tech press and from angry users, Microsoft badly needs this new operating system to be a success, but simply cramming the Start menu back into the OS isn't going to cut it.
Don't mistake us here. It's still important to evaluate Windows 10 as a work-in-progress
but we're going to be more critical of the little things this time around. The good news is, there are significantly fewer issues to talk about.
So what has Microsoft been up to all this time beyond the Start menu's triumphant return? Let's take a look