Original Windows 10 Coa Sticker With Oem Key Win 10 Professional
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In an event held in New York yesterday, Microsoft not only launched
an updated Surface computer and a new noise canceling headset, but
also announced that it will immediately launch the next version of
Windows 10, which is October 2018.
The update will start on October 9th with users enabled for
automatic updates, but users can now get them on demand.
Windows Insiders has been testing this update for a while, so the
new features are not surprising for Windows 10 enthusiasts. These
are not completely changes to the Windows interface, and they have
fewer features than the previous ones (such as the timeline, my
people, or upcoming collections).
The October update continues with Microsoft's theme of connecting
your PC to your smartphone. While iPhone users can do some
integration, Android users (especially in Windows updates) can get
more interaction between the phone and the PC. A company
spokesperson told me that Microsoft is working with Apple to try to
get more integration, and things like the timeline will indeed go
into iOS through apps like the mobile version of Edge and Cortana.
Android is more open, especially its replaceable launcher.
Original oem key from MS
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COA sticker has hologram in good quality
OEM pack is brand new factory sealed
Key is work lifetime
Coa sticker and OEM pack is available
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1. License will be sent within 10min after payment got.
2. Key was 100% online activation, no area limited.
3. Lifetime guarantee for keys
4. Replace for free at first time if not work.
5. Coa sticker is with hologram in high quality, scratch coating
available if you need. ship as document.
6. Oem pack is brand new sealed.
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Today is the day when Windows 10 finally arrives! Although the
launch will fluctuate, we have been running the Insider Preview for
a few months. Here are some of the best features you can expect (or
Should I upgrade to Windows 10?
Windows 10 is finally here. You have seen some of the best new
features, and even heard about it...
Windows 8 made a big controversy, canceled the start menu, and
chose a start screen that wasn't called Metro style. It has passed
as you expected. However, in Windows 10, the Start menu is back.
Live Tiles now live here like regular app icons, (relatively)
Folder-based organizations have tended to support organizations
based on favorites and search. You can start typing immediately
after opening the Start menu to find the application and launch it
by name. If you don't want to enter the name of your application
each time, you can pin it to the Start menu, which will be
generated along with the other tiles. The shortcuts you use most
often appear in your own list. You can click on All Apps to see a
list of everything in the Start menu, but it will appear as an
alphabetical list, which can be difficult to filter if you are used
to using folders.