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Windows Client Roadmap Update

Microsoft has released an update to their Windows Client Roadmap. The update includes a range of new features and improvements that are designed to provide users with a better experience. The update includes:

New Features

The update includes a range of new features and improvements, such as:

  • Windows 10X: A new version of Windows 10 designed for dual-screen devices
  • Windows Hello: A new authentication system that uses biometric authentication
  • Windows Ink: A new feature that allows users to draw and write on their devices
  • Windows Sandbox: A secure environment for running untrusted applications

Major Updates

Microsoft has also released a range of major updates to existing features, such as:

  • Windows Update: Improved performance and reliability
  • Windows Security: Improved protection against malware and other threats
  • Windows Defender: Improved detection and remediation of threats
  • Windows Store: Improved user experience and performance

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As Microsoft’s Brad Anderson said, “We’re continuing to innovate on Windows 10, and our goal is to make sure that Windows 10 is the best Windows ever.”

“We’re continuing to innovate on Windows 10, and our goal is to make sure that Windows 10 is the best Windows ever.”

Microsoft has released an update to their Windows Client Roadmap. The update includes a range of new features and improvements that are designed to provide users with a better experience. The new features include Windows 10X, Windows Hello, Windows Ink, and Windows Sandbox. Major updates to existing features include Windows Update, Windows Security, Windows Defender, and Windows Store. Microsoft’s Brad Anderson said, “We’re continuing to innovate on Windows 10, and our goal is to make sure that Windows 10 is the best Windows ever.”

Key points from the article:

  • Support for Windows 10 on ARM
  • Windows Virtual Desktop
  • New Windows Admin Center features
  • Improved Windows Update features
  • New security features
  • From the Windows IT Pro Blog