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Ojo! Que ahora se puede copiar y pegar con ctrl+c y ctrl+v en Símbolo del sistema (el Terminal de Windows para entendernos)

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Ahora entiendo por qué han saltado de la versión 8 a la 10! :D

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La de OS X también es cutre, que aunque deje pegar no deja desplazar el cursor con el ratón.

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Sacado de la wiki:

 

Instalador de paquetes a través de Símbolo del sistema parecido a los distintos gestores de paquetes del terminal de GNU/Linux.

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Los Windows 7 y 8 piratas también podrán actualizar a W10...??

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El mejor para mi, a sido el XP :P

 

Se tragaba TODO, y sin rechistar.

 

no me extraña que a dia de hoy, el unico Windows que le supera por numero de usuarios, es Windows 7.

 

Por cierto, que poca gente utiliza Linux :o , pues no saben lo que pierden!!!

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Pienso igual, algunas versiones del Ventanas no estaban mal, el W.7 tira más o menos bien. No es demasiado moñas.

 

Lo que me hace más gracia del Windows es cuando se pone estupendo. Como si antes de ponerte un café, el camarero del bar tuviera que recitar "apurar, cielos, pretendo / ya que me tratáis así...", y encima te pidiera darle la réplica con algo de Calderón de la Barca.

Por ejemplo, este jocoso suceso, la inefable historia del actualizador en bucle, visto en Microsiervos. :lol:

Ay, diosmío, diosmío...

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Si por eso lo digo. Es un pensamiento común que el Windows ha venido desde el principio con versiones alternadas: buena-mala-buena-mala-buena-mala... El W.2000 era bastante bueno, el Millenium una caca, el W. Xp aceptable, el W.Vista un horror...

Como al W.8 mucha gente lo poníamos verde, pues este le han debido sacar rápido para que salga "el bueno". :lol:

Como dices, es pronto. Esperemos que cubra las espectativas, que sea robusto, limpio, intuitivo...

 

lode las versiones es una soberana memez,de hecho win millenium salió antes que el win2k, y tanto el 98,98 se y millenium eran malísimos, pantallazos azul por doquier.

 

 

Windows 2000 salió antes que el Millenium... medio año antes más menos si la Wikipedia está bien.

 

A mí la teoría de "buena-mala" me parece más casualidad que otra cosa pero la verdad que se cumple bastante bien: 98 malo, 2000 bueno, millenium terrible, XP muy decente, Vista terrorífico y 7 una gran mejoría. Las versiones anteriores escapan a mi experiencia, no las he usado lo suficiente.

 

Y son buenos y malos "para ser Windows", claro :lol:

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Falta menos para el 29 de julio, cuando se comercializará Windows 10, la actualización desde Windows 7 será online pero se podrá comprar una copia en DVD y por lo visto también en USB: Microsoft’s Windows 10 Box Art Revealed

 

 

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Ha habido polémica ya que Microsoft incluyó "de tapadillo" la actualización a Windows 10 mediante una actualización recomendada que pone un icono en el area de notificación para reservar la actualización gratuita: Actualizar a Windows 10

 

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Tampoco se han comido la cabeza mucho.

 

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En Windows 8 ya se pasaron a la caja de cartón...

 

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y el serial en una tarjeta

 

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Ya está disponible la actualización de Windows 10 desde Windows 7 o Windows 8: Actualizar a Windows 10

 

 

 

También se puede descargar la ISO para hacer una instalación limpia: Descargar imagen de disco de Windows 10 (archivo ISO)

 

Cada ISO (de 32 o 64 bits) incluye Windows 10 Home y Windows 10 Pro (la de 32 bits pesa 2,85 GiB y la de 64 bits 3,83 GiB)

Por lo visto, si se instala directamente esta ISO no acepta la clave de Windows 7 o Windows 8: hay que actualizar primero y después hacer la instalación limpia ¿?

 

 

Especificaciones de Windows 10 (incluye las correspondencias entre las versiones de Windows 7 u 8 y Windows 10)

 

 

Como siempre, hay que hacer un backup de todos los datos antes de actualizar y, además de cruzar los dedos, no actualizar un equipo que se usa para trabajar si no se tiene otro de respaldo por si falla cualquier cosa

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Comprobado que no acepta número de serie oficial de versiones anteriores si se hace una instalación limpia :(

Habrá que actualizar primero desde Windows 7 u 8 y hacer la instalación limpia después

 

 

 

Por si alguien necesita comprar licencia:

 

 

Windows 10 Home 135€ con IVA

 

Windows 10 Pro 279€ con IVA

 

 

También estará en tiendas en DVD o USB, parece que a partir del 4 de agosto

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Microsoft lanza Bridge para portar aplicaciones iOS: Open Sourcing the Windows Bridge for iOS

 

 

Today, we’re releasing an early look at the Windows Bridge for iOS (previously known as ‘Project Islandwood’). While the final release will happen later this fall (allowing the bridge to take advantage of new tooling capabilities that will ship with the upcoming Visual Studio 2015 Update), we are making the bridge available to the open-source community now in its current state. Between now and the fall, we’d love more eyes, feedback, and participation on the code, so we’re doing our development “in the open.”

 

We’re releasing the iOS bridge as an open-source project under the MIT license. Given the ambition of the project, making it easy for iOS developers to build and run apps on Windows, it is important to note that today’s release is clearly a work-in-progress — some of the features demonstrated at Build are not yet ready or still in an early state. Regardless, we’d love for the interested and curious to look at the bridge, and compare what we’re building with your app’s requirements. And, for the really ambitious, we invite you to help us by contributing to the project, as community contributors — with source code, tests, bug reports, or comments. We welcome any and all participation in building this bridge.

 

Salmaan Ahmed has an in-depth post on the Windows Bridge for iOS discussing the compiler, runtime, IDE integration, and what the bridge is and isn’t. Best of all, the source code for the iOS bridge is live on GitHub right now. The iOS bridge supports both Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 apps built for x86 and x64 processor architectures, and soon we will add compiler optimizations and support for ARM, which adds mobile support.

 

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Windows 10 para IoT (Internet of Things) permite usar Windows 10 en Raspberry Pi 2, MinnowBoard Max y algunos Arduino

 

 

Dispositivo de Windows IoT

Diseña prototipos rápidamente y crea las soluciones de Windows IoT en una variedad de dispositivos que ejecutan Windows 10 IoT Core. Windows 10 ofrece herramientas eficaces que te permiten desarrollar e implementar rápidamente en el dispositivo.

 

 

Conectividad de dispositivos

Aprovecha las ventajas de los marcos abiertos como Connect-the-Dots que ayudan a conectar tus dispositivos con Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Azure permite implementar excelentes soluciones aprovechando servicios de análisis avanzados.

 

 

Comunidad de makers

Conecta con otros fabricantes para compartir código y hacer contribuciones a través de GitHub. Únete a la Comunidad para influir en futuras versiones del SDK.

Microsoft

 

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Aunque es algo más bien de soporte, lo pongo también aquí como noticia sobre Windows 10: Apple actualiza Bootcamp con soporte para Windows 10: Use Windows 10 on your Mac with Boot Camp (todavía no está la documentación en español)

 

 

You can use Boot Camp to install Windows 10 on supported Mac models that have OS X Yosemite installed.

 

System Requirements

 

You need support software (drivers) installed with Boot Camp to use Windows 10. This software is automatically downloaded when you use Boot Camp Assistant. Boot Camp supports 64-bit versions of Windows 10 when used with a supported Mac.

Windows 10 is available from Microsoft as an ISO file, an installation DVD, and a USB flash drive. You need an ISO file of the 64-bit version of the Windows 10 installer to install Windows on your Mac. If you don't have an ISO file, you can use Disk Utility to make one from your Windows installation DVD or USB flash drive. If you're installing Windows for the first time, make sure the Windows installer you're using is for a full installation (not an upgrade installer).

 

 

En Fusion Drive la partición sigue creándose en el HDD, no en el SSD:

 

Features supported in Windows 10

 

Boot Camp 6 includes support for the following features of your Mac in Windows 10.

 


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  • USB 3
  • USB-C on the MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015)
  • Thunderbolt
  • built-in SD or SDXC card slot
  • built-in or USB Apple SuperDrive
  • your Apple keyboard, trackpad, and mouse

 

You can install Windows 10 on an internal drive in your Mac. Boot Camp Assistant helps you create a partition on your drive that's compatible with Windows. When you install Windows on a Mac that includes a Fusion Drive, the Windows partition is created on the mechanical hard drive part of the Fusion Drive (not the SSD).

 

Los equipos compatibles:

 

Mac computers that support Windows 10

 

The following Mac models support 64-bit versions of Windows 10 when installed using Boot Camp. Use About This Mac to see which Mac you have, then check this list to see if it supports Windows 10.

 


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  • MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015)
  • MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015)
  • MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2014)
  • MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Mid 2014)
  • MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013)
  • MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2013)
  • MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Early 2013)
  • MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2013)
  • MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2012)
  • MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2012)
  • MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2015)
  • MacBook Air (11-inch, Early 2015)
  • MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2014)
  • MacBook Air (11-inch, Early 2014)
  • MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2013)
  • MacBook Air (11-inch, Mid 2013)
  • MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2012)
  • MacBook Air (11-inch, Mid 2012)
  • MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015)
  • iMac (Retina 5k, 27-inch, Mid 2015)
  • iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2014)
  • iMac (21.5-inch, Mid 2014)
  • iMac (27-inch, Late 2013)
  • iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2013)
  • iMac (27-inch, Late 2012)
  • iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2012)
  • Mac mini (Late 2014)
  • Mac mini Server (Late 2012)
  • Mac mini (Late 2012)
  • Mac Pro (Late 2013)

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Sony recomienda no actualizar todavía a Windows 10 los Sony Vaio por problemas con los drivers: Actualización a Windows 10

 

 

Actualmente estamos probando el rendimiento de los productos Sony con Windows 10 y publicaremos gradualmente la información sobre compatibilidad. Recomendamos encarecidamente no actualizar todavía a Windows 10, sino esperar a disponer de la información. Visite periódicamente esta página para comprobar si hay actualizaciones.

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Más información del calendario previsto en la web de soporte USA

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Microsoft está "colando" Windows 10 en las actualizaciones automáticas sin el conocimiento de los usuarios: Microsoft is downloading Windows 10 to your machine 'just in case'

 

 

MICROSOFT HAS CONFIRMED that Windows 10 is being downloaded to computers whether or not users have opted in.

 

An INQUIRER reader pointed out to us that, despite not having 'reserved' a copy of Windows 10, he had found that the ~BT folder, which has been the home of images of the new operating system since before rollout began, had appeared on his system. He had no plans to upgrade and had not put in a reservation request.

 

He told us: "The symptoms are repeated failed 'Upgrade to Windows 10' in the WU update history and a huge 3.5GB to 6GB hidden folder labelled '$Windows.~BT'. I thought Microsoft [said] this 'upgrade' was optional. If so, why is it being pushed out to so many computers where it wasn't reserved, and why does it try to install over and over again?

 

"I know of two instances where people on metered connections went over their data cap for August because of this unwanted download. My own internet (slow DSL) was crawling for a week or so until I discovered this problem. In fact, that's what led me to it. Not only does it download, it tries to install every time the computer is booted."

 

We asked Microsoft to comment on whether it was downloading Windows 10 anyway as the company rushes to build on the 75 million machines with the new OS installed in its first month, putting it in fourth place behind Window 7, 8.1 and the erstwhile XP.

 

Microsoft told us: "For individuals who have chosen to receive automatic updates through Windows Update, we help upgradable devices get ready for Windows 10 by downloading the files they’ll need if they decide to upgrade.

 

"When the upgrade is ready, the customer will be prompted to install Windows 10 on the device.”

 

La respuesta es que lo hacen "por si acaso" el usuario decide actualizar... mientras gigas ocupando espacio (y ancho de banda mientras se descarga) :ph34r:

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Actualización de Windows 10, han metido un ¿emulador? para ejecutar el Bash de Ubuntu: Windows 10 Anniversary Update brings New Experiences and Developer Opportunity

 

 

Windows 10 Anniversary Update coming to PCs, tablets, phones, Xbox One, Microsoft HoloLens and IOT

 

Today we announced that we will be releasing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update this summer, for free, to all Windows 10 customers. Key innovations include:

 

1. Windows Hello Brings Biometric Security to Apps and Microsoft Edge

 

2. Windows Ink Brings the Power of Windows to the Tip of Your Pen

 

3. Cortana, Now More Helpful than Ever, with over 1,000 apps

 

4. UWP apps come to Xbox through a Unified Windows Store and every Xbox One can become a dev kit

 

Microsoft HoloLens Available Today

 

Making Windows 10 the best Developer Environment

 

 

Es curioso en que no Microsoft no o comente extensamente, el artículo de arstechnica: Windows 10: /bin/bash-supporting “Anniversary Update” coming this summer

 

Aqui lo comentan más extensamente:

 

Microsoft built a Linux subsystem for Windows for Project Astoria, its system for running Android apps on Windows 10 Mobile.

 

But in February the company confirmed that Astoria was dead, as it rather undermined the Universal Windows Platform concept. At the time, we speculated that portions of Astoria might live on, as portions of it had mysteriously started showing up in Windows Insider Previews. And today, that has come to pass, with Microsoft saying that the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will include the ability to run the popular bash shell from Unix, along with the rest of a typical Unix command-line environment.

 

We're still trying to get the inside story on what Microsoft has done here, but what we've known for several months now is that the company has developed some Windows kernel components (lxcore.sys, lxss.sys, presumably standing for "Linux core" and "Linux subsystem," respectively) that support the major Linux kernel APIs. These components are not GPLed and do not appear to contain Linux code themselves; instead, they implement the Linux kernel API using the native Windows NT API that the Windows kernel provides. Microsoft is calling this the "Windows Subsystem for Linux" (WSL).

 

A kernel API is one thing, but to be useful you need user mode applications. For Astoria, this would have been a version of the Android Open Source Project, Google's mostly BSD-licensed code that provides a Java-like runtime and various applications and system services. For WSL, however, Microsoft is turning to Canonical, creators of Ubuntu, for help. Canonical has provided a system image containing the Ubuntu versions of the various command-line tools that are typically found in a Linux distribution.

 

Our understanding is that these are not recompiled or ported versions of the programs (as are used in tools aiming to provide a Unix-like environment on Windows such as Cygwin) but instead unmodified programs. Microsoft is describing this in terms of providing a Linux-like command-line environment at the moment, but from what we can gather, there's little fundamental restriction to this, potentially opening the door to running a wide range of Linux programs natively on Windows.

 

This is far from the first time that Windows has been able to masquerade as a Unix-like operating system. From its inception, Windows NT included something called the POSIX subsystem, offering an environment minimally supporting the standardized version of the Unix APIs. A third-party offering called Interix greatly extended this with a wide range of common Unix command-line tools. Microsoft bought Interix, rebranding it first as Services For Unix (SFU) and then Subsystem for Unix Applications (SUA). In one way or another, this Unix-like mode was supported up until Windows 8; Windows 8.1 removed it.

 

Whatever their names, these various subsystems suffered primarily from appearing to software as yet another Unix variant. They contained subtle differences from the POSIX support found in both FreeBSD and Linux, and they didn't provide the various non-standard extensions found in those kernels. This meant that porting applications to compile and run correctly was challenging.

 

This time around, things could well be different, though the proof of the pudding will be in the eating. We can't wait to give it a spin and poke around under the hood.

 

 

Bash es el Terminal en Ubuntu, y permitirá ejecutar comandos de Ubuntu en Windows como apt-get (permite instalar aplicaciones desde un repositorio), aunque parece que se limitará todo al Terminal y no se podrán ejecutar aplicaciones con interfaz gráfica GNOME o KDE

 

Por lo visto habría sido Canonical quien habría ayudado a Microsoft

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Artículo de la propia Microsoft al respecto: Run Bash on Ubuntu on Windows

 

 

Since we started planning and building Windows 10, we’ve been talking to a lot of you about what you would like to see in Windows to make it a great place for you to build awesome apps, sites and services for all platforms and all devices.

 

Many of you told us that working with open-source tools on Windows is often a struggle and that you would like Microsoft to make it easier to use these tools on Windows.

 

Based off your feedback we’ve done a couple things: First we made investments that improve cmd, PowerShell, and many other command-line tools and developer scenarios. Second we decided to grow our command line family by adding real, native Bash and with it support for Linux command-line tools which run directly on Windows in an environment that behaves like Linux!

 

To accomplish this, we built new infrastructure within Windows – the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) – upon which we run a genuine Ubuntu user-mode image provided by our great partners over at Canonical, creators of Ubuntu Linux.

 

In our journey to bring free software to the widest possible audience, this is not a moment we could have predicted. Nevertheless, we are delighted to stand behind Ubuntu for Windows, committed to addressing the needs of Windows developers exploring Linux in this amazing new way, and are excited at the possibilities heralded by this unexpected turn of events.”

— Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical

 

The result is that you can now run native Bash on Ubuntu on Windows!

 

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You can now run Bash scripts, Linux command-line tools like sed, awk, grep, and you can even try Linux-first tools like Ruby, Git, Python, etc. directly on Windows. You can also access your Windows filesystem from within Bash allowing you to work on the same set of files using your preferred Windows tools or Linux command-line tools:

 

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Caveat Emptor (Buyer Beware!)

 

While we’re excited for you to try out this new technology, which will first become available in Windows 10 “Insiders” builds after the Build conference, we want to be clear about a few things:

 

First, this is the first time we’re releasing this technology – it’s marked as beta for a reason: We know that there are some rough edges and that some things will break! Do not expect every Bash script and tool that you run will work perfectly – there will be gaps. But by trying out this feature, you’ll help us figure out what we need to work on in order to greatly improve our reliability, coverage, and reach.

 

Second, while you’ll be able to run native Bash and many Linux command-line tools on Windows, it’s important to note that this is a developer toolset to help you write and build all your code for all your scenarios and platforms. This is not a server platform upon which you will host websites, run server infrastructure, etc. For running production workloads on Ubuntu, we have some great solutions using Azure, Hyper-V, and Docker, and we have great tooling for developing containerized apps within Windows using Docker Tools for Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code and yo docker.

 

Third, note that Bash and Linux tools cannot interact with Windows applications and tools, and vice-versa. So you won’t be able to run Notepad from Bash, or run Ruby in Bash from PowerShell.

 

But wait, there’s more!

 

Existing command-line tools are now greatly improved thanks to investments made in the Windows Console. We’ve significantly improved rendering performance, added support for more VT-100 sequences, and how it handles complex text layout. We’ve also made some key improvements in how the Console handles High-DPI screens.

 

These improvements directly benefit cmd prompt, PowerShell, new tools like Bash, the new Windows Docker client, and many other existing Microsoft and 3rd party command-line tools.

 

Related Build 2016 Content

 

If you’d like to learn more, you can watch Kevin Gallo’s keynote announcement and demo of running Bash on Ubuntu on Windows at Build 2016.

 

Also, Rich Turner and Russ Alexander recorded a Build 2016 session introducing and demonstrating Bash running on Ubuntu on Windows.

 

We look forward to working with you to improve the Windows command-line tools and console: Please continue to suggest features etc. via our Windows Command-line UserVoice portal and stay tuned for lots more news on our new command-line blog. Also, visit our new command-line documentation portal for content and links to resources.

 

 

No acabo de ver la ventaja de correr Python en el subsistema de Ubuntu en Windows en lugar de instalarlo como hasta ahora directamente en Windows

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Después de trastear con Windows 10 corroboro las quejas sobre las actualizaciones: no se puede escoger que se instala ni cuando, Microsoft ha decidido que todo y cuando reinicias

 

Además de eso, se ha empeorado la ya difícil tarea de mover el perfil de usuario a otra partición u otro disco... que con el aumento de configuraciones de un SSD minúsculo y un HDD aceptable tiene poco sentido, ¿de qué sirve tener un HDD si todo se guarda en el SSD y no hay una manera sencilla de cambiarlo?

Los fabricantes se podrían poner las pilas en ese sentido y modificar el instalador/Recovery en los equipos para que el perfil del usuario se guarde por defecto en el HDD... o se pueda escoger donde se guarda

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La actualización de Windows 10 llegará el 2 de agosto: This year’s Windows 10 Anniversary Update will have great new innovative features

 

 

This year’s Windows 10 Anniversary Update will have great new innovative features including:1

 

 

The pen just got even mightier.

 

Turn thoughts into action with Windows Ink – using the pen, your fingertip, or both at once.2 Pair it with Office apps to effortlessly edit documents. With Windows Ink, you’ll be able to access features like Sticky Notes with a simple click of the pen.3 When you start drawing a figure like a chart or graph, it’ll turn into the real thing right before your eyes. And because Windows Ink stays active when your device is locked, you’ll be able to jot down notes even when you don’t have time to enter a password.

 

 

Cortana’s got you covered.

 

No time to enter your password but need some quick help? No problem — just ask. Cortana4 will now be at your service, even before you login. Whether you want to make a note, play music or set a reminder, Cortana will have you covered.

 

 

The secret password is: you.

 

With Windows Hello, unlocking your PC and devices is as quick as looking or touching.5 But the new Windows Hello will also let you unlock your PC simply by tapping your Windows Hello enabled phone.6 Beyond the hardware, Windows Hello will also give you instant access to paired apps and protected websites on Microsoft Edge – all while maintaining enterprise-level security. Windows Hello lets you say goodbye to cumbersome passwords.

 

 

Got game? We'll deliver.

 

Windows 10 will deliver incredible DirectX 12 games and Xbox Live features that will transform what you expect from PC gaming. Now you can play and connect with gamers across Xbox One and Windows 10 devices. From the best casual games to the next generation of PC releases, you’ll have more ways to play new games optimized for Windows.7

 

And that’s not all: Microsoft Studios is bringing a full portfolio of new games to Windows 10, including the forthcoming Forza Motorsport 6: Apex, which will be free for Windows 10 users.

 

 

1 Features expected to be available later in 2016.

2 A touch-enabled device is required.

3 The digital pen accessory is sold separately.

4 Cortana available in selected markets; experience may vary by region and device.

5 Windows Hello requires specialised hardware, including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor or other biometric sensors.

6 Available for selected premium phones and Windows 10 Enterprise edition. Requires PC and phone to be joined in Azure Active Directory and paired via Bluetooth.

7 Broadband Internet required for some features (ISP fees apply). Xbox Live features only available with supported games in Xbox Live-supported countries, see xbox.com/live/countries. Limited number of games available that support cross-device play. Additional games to follow. DirectX 12 only available with supported games and graphics chips. To check for compatibility and other important installation information, visit your device manufacturer’s website and www.windows.com/windows10specs. Devices, games, accessories and media content sold separately.

 

 

A ver si solucionan el tema de las actualizaciones automáticas y las resoluciones 4K

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Tengo el lujo que que Windows me importa un carajo pero gracias, Nick. Me entra hasta curiosidad. Para ser un fanboy te lo curras fatal. ;)

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Desde ayer 2 de agosto está disponible la primera actualización de Windows 10: How to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

 

 

Starting today the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will begin rolling out for our customers around the world*. The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is full of new features and innovations that bring Windows Ink and Cortana** to life; a faster, more accessible and more power-efficient Microsoft Edge browser; advanced security features; new gaming experiences and more. The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will start rolling out to Windows 10 Mobile phones in the coming weeks.

 

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is being rolled out to Windows 10 PCs across the world in phases starting with the newer machines first. You don’t have to do anything to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, it will roll out automatically to you through Windows Update if you’ve chosen to have updates installed automatically on your device. However, if you don’t want to wait for the update to roll out to you, you can manually get the update yourself on your personal PC. If you’re using a Windows 10 PC at work, you will need to check with your IT administrator for details on your organization’s specific plans to update.

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