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Hololens is a window to the future (video)

Windows gets a 10

Microsoft announced the launch of Windows 10 yesterday and managed to generate some significant excitement around the grand old operating system that still controls over 90% of the world's desktops. The Next Web provided a summary of the new features that create what they called 'the Windows we really wanted'. In short, Microsoft announced an operating system designed to work smoothly across multiple devices, a new browser, and a desktop role for voice assistant Cortana (who has an improved personality and can recognize specific voices). Pocket Lint went deep into the detail on how each new feature will work. Windows 10 will be a free upgrade to most users of Windows 7+, which GigaOm predicted will keep some older computers around longer and possibly frustrate some of Microsoft's partners.

Everybody's favorite new feature is the Hololens which is called a 'holographic computing platform' although purists might argue that true holograms don't require a specialized headset. Business Insider provided a video of the on-stage demonstration and Re/code described the 'other worldly' user experience that took them to Mars without becoming at all disoriented.

Windows, which began as a system used to navigate a desktop screen with keyboard and mouse is trying to evolve into a system that leaves those devices behind for an immersive interface where computing is accomplished by gesture and voice.


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