It's been about a year since Microsoft released its Windows 10 operating system — a system for which Microsoft rigorously courted developers and users to avoid the disastrous failure of Windows 8. Listening to feedback from users, Windows 10 saw the return of familiar features such as the Start menu, task bar and desktop. But the OS also introduced new features, such as full integration between PCs, mobile devices and Xbox One (allowing users to have a seamless experience despite the device being used), a new browser in Microsoft Edge, Cortana (a digital personal assistant) and innovative new security capabilities.
So what can we expect in the future? In this slideshow, we've highlighted some of the innovative new futures that will be included in this year's Windows 10 Anniversary Update, expected later this year.
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