A LOOK AT WINDOWS 10
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In keeping with that aim, Microsoft has focused squarely on desktop improvements for this first preview build. While the final release of Windows 10 will support touch-enabled laptops and tablets, Microsoft says the touch functionality is "rough and unfinished" in the current build. The company is, instead, encouraging users to kick the tires on the new desktop goodness.
Windows keeps progressing forward really well and clearly is the market leader. At The RIC Group we are very happy to be a Microsoft Partner and we can't wait to release our Warehouse Management Solutions on the Windows 10 platform.