Friday, 29 July 2016

Moore's Law dead in 2021; Windows 10: Has it been a success for Microsoft?

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Windows 10 one year on: Has it been a success for Microsoft?

How has Microsoft handled the first year in the life of its flagship OS and what does the future hold?

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