Dec 22

When will Microsoft release Windows 10, ah?

Windows 10 Windows NT8.0 system? Is Windows NT technology to build it? Windows 10 when released ah? Windows 10 is Microsoft’s 64-bit, 128-bit or 256-bit operating system?
Supplementary question:
Windows 10 in 2030 to publish?

Satisfactory answer

1981.08.12 MS-DOS 1.0
1985.11.01 Windows 1.0
1987.12.09 Windows 2.0
1990.05.22 Windows 3.0
1992.03.18 Windows for Workgroups 3.1
1993.01.01 Windows NT 3.1
1994.01.01 windows 3.21995.08.24 Windows 95
1996.08.01 Windows NT 4.0
1998.06.25 Windows 981999.06.10 Windows 98 SE
2000.09.14 Windows ME
2000.12.19 Windows 20002001.10.25 Windows XP
2003.04.01 Windows 2003
2005.08.03 Windows Vista
2009.10.23 windows7

Therefore, in accordance with the speed of Microsoft’s updated system every 2-3 years, win8 will be released in the years 2012-2013 (already released now), win9 2014-2016, win10 will be released in the years 2016-2019. Even by conservative speed estimate each system updated, will be released before the 2024 win10 windows 10. 2030 years ago, you will see the.

8 System 1975, the 16-bit system is 80 years, the 32-bit system is 91, 64-bit system, I think win10 is not enough to become a bottleneck 18,000,000,000 GB of memory, 64-bit platform addressing capability, 32-bit platform only 4G. Even in accordance with Moore’s Law, the fastest speed doubles every year, 20 years is not enough to phase out 64-bit systems. Win10 must still 64-bit system.

The windows10 internal test


Lead: U.S. IT website CNET, the author said, Microsoft chose to show Windows10 Beta Mobile World Congress (hereinafter referred to as “MWC”), hopes to attract the attention of mobile users, to make up for their shortcomings, but the plan is still need to face the challenge.

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The following is the full text of the article:

Microsoft executives even went to Barcelona, ??Spain, Win10 demonstrate a beta version of a mobile device show some really strange.

Although Microsoft to get involved in the mobile phone and tablet PC market before their competitors, but others watched dominant position changed hands. But the company has plans to reverse this predicament with Windows 10. Nomura Securities analyst Rick Sherlund the (Rick Sherlund) said: “This is an acknowledgment of the mobile is Microsoft’s urgent problems.”