Why Windows 10 and not Windows 9? According to the company, Windows 10 is the most appropriate name, given the extend of changes the operating system is bringing to the table.  Along with the official introduction of the next version of the operating system, Microsoft also reaffirmed that still committed to deliver a single app Store across devices, and that it’ll keep investing on universal apps, thus helping developers to code once for all devices. The company said that Windows 10 will be compatible will all the traditional management systems used today.  Users interesting on testing the Windows 10 preview will be happy to know that they won’t need to wait a lot longer, as the company will open up the Windows Insider Preview Program at http://preview.windows.com tomorrow, Wednesday, October 1st, and users will be able to download the preview. And being a registered Insider tester, users will get the latest builds, features, and fixes as they are ready for testing. SEE ALSO: First look: Windows 10 preview tour (video)

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Windows 10 final release will happen sometime in mid-2015. Pricing hasn’t been discuss in today’s briefing, but the rumor is that it’ll be a free update for Windows 8 users, and Windows 7 customers will get some sort of deal. Image source The Verge All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.