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    Microsoft reveals what's next for Windows 10


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    Microsoft reveals what's next for Windows 10


    By Tracey Capen

    Microsoft just threw a big press event in New York today, and it might make Apple users nostalgic for Mac's golden days.

    The presentation gave a detailed roadmap for the next Windows 10 release and then showed off some stunning new hardware

    The full text of this column is posted at windowssecrets.com/top-story/microsoft-reveals-whats-next-for-windows-10/ (opens in a new window/tab).

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    Interesting; but when I read "The Bottom Line" at the end of the article, I can't help wondering whether or not users will actually have any choice as whether or not to upgrade to the new Windows CU?
    (My Setup: Custom built: 4.00GHz Intel Core i7-6700K CPU; MSI Z170A Gaming Carbon Motherboard (Military Class III); Win 10 Pro (64 bit)-(UEFI-booted); 16GB RAM; 512GB SAMSUNG SD850 PRO SSD; 120GB SAMSUNG 840 SSD; Seagate 2TB Barracuda SATA6G HDD; 2 X GeForceGTX 1070 8GB Graphics Card (SLI); Office 2013 Prof (32-bit); MS Project 2013 (32-bit); Acronis TI 2017 Premium, Norton Internet Security, VMWare Workstation12 Pro). WD My Book 3 1TB USB External Backup Drive). Samsung 24" Curved HD Monitor.

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    Whee. Nothing there that interests me, just more fluff that has nothing to do with an operating system.

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    I was interested in the mention of accessibility features for windows. I have Macular Degeneration and my eyesight is failing so I've been investigating the visual accessibility features. My experience is that they are worthless. They were designed by someone who had perfect vision, and thrown in as an afterthought. My wish is that they were designed by someone who actually needs to use them.

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