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Microsoft had released Windows 10 exactly 2 years ago for all Windows 7/8/8.1 users as a free upgrade. Windows 10’s development has been a journey of its own kind when Microsoft had launched the Windows Insider program for making the next version of their OS with the help of feedback from Windows Insiders.

To everybody surprise, Microsoft had announced that their next version of operating System will be called Windows 10, not Windows 9. And in July 2015 Microsoft released Windows 10 for all. To be honest Windows 10 was a bit buggy at its launch and until November when Microsoft had launched the November update (version 1511) which stabilized the OS.

After that, the OS had received a lot of new features and performance improvements with the next Anniversary Update (version 1607) last year. Microsoft also announced the end the free upgrade of Windows 10 last year. Windows 10 Creators Update which was released in April this year also received many new features that were focused with Microsoft’s Ink Workspace for creators.

Microsoft has brought stability to the OS and after every cumulative update, they are sharpening it more day by day. Microsoft has now focused on a new design for Windows 10 after they had announced the Fluent Design language. Fluent Design will be laid down partially in the upcoming Fall Craetor update and would be complete only after few more major updates.

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