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Microsoft Surface Pro 4

The Transformer

Three of Our Favorite Changes to the Microsoft Tablet

by Kaitlyn Schmidt | 01.20.16

Microsoft has done it again. They have introduced a product that can only be described as the thinnest, lightest, most powerful Surface Pro they have ever made. The Surface Pro 4, the newest generation of the tablet that can replace your laptop, highlights the new features of Windows 10 and features an updated accessory line that adds features and also works with the previous edition of the tablet.

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Mobile Devices Running Windows 10

What About the Devices?

Why You May Want to Upgrade Your Systems to Windows 10

by Jonathan Clark | 07.27.15

Interesting fact about Windows 10: it’s not going to work as well with a device that’s not Microsoft-created. So for all of us who have a fondness for products outside of the Microsoft realm, this is something to consider. On a broader scale—for business and enterprise—it may be a big deal.

Most of us are used to having the freedom to utilize our own devices—BYOD is virtually standard in many companies today, and employees may well expect it to be the norm. But working from home or the coffee shop down the street may soon mean bringing a company-owned device with you as Windows 10 enters the picture.

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Windows 10

Windows 10

What to Expect and Why We Should Care

by Jack Dillman | 12.11.14

Earlier this month Microsoft announced the development of Windows 10. I know, what about Windows 9? Regardless of what Windows 9 could have been, I’m sure all of the ideas —scattered across hundreds of whiteboards in Redmond—were included in the development of Windows 10.

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