January 23, 2015
Return of the Start Menu and More: Data Memory Systems Assesses Windows 10

Microsoft have showcased their brand new Windows 10 operating system this week, with the upgrade being offered free to all users currently running Windows 7, 8 or Windows Phone systems. Data Memory Systems, one of the leading US computer memory suppliers, is offering its verdict after assessing each of the new features, which include a voice-activated assistant, Cortana, and the return of the much-loved ‘Start’ menu.

A computer expert from Data Memory Systems says, “Microsoft have revealed yet more about their brand new operating system and all the signs look positive so far. The reintroduction of the ‘Start’ menu will be music to many people’s ears, and the genuine innovation showcased in the Windows Holographic headset, which allows users to experience some amazing augmented reality.”

The expert adds, “Of course, many operating system upgrades of this magnitude are going to require more memory – and with Windows 10 available totally free to most users, it puts money in pockets so that consumers can afford to upgrade their computer memory and get the best from the brand new system.”

The voice-activated assistant Cortana has already been billed as a competitor to Apple’s Siri, and making it available across all Windows products is something of a risk. Will people take to controlling their desktop computers with their voice, or will they stick with the trusty old keyboard and mouse? These ‘personal assistants’ have proven effective on mobile devices, but will they catch on in offices and homes?

Microsoft have also made an effort to upgrade Windows’ gaming capabilities, drawing directly from their Xbox expertise. With an Xbox app available to download from the Windows store, users can chat with pals on Xbox Live, view their achievements or even access clips they’ve recorded from their recent gaming adventures. Social sharing is strongly encouraging across all apps in Windows 10, but never more so in the gaming sector.

Of course, all of these extra features will mean that users downloading Windows 10 may need to assess their own memory requirements. Microsoft executives have previously stated that the system will have the same hardware demands as Windows 8.1 – but with a wealth of new features like Cortana, the Xbox app and the potential for augmented reality headsets, many users will be looking to upgrade their RAM memory in order to enjoy Windows 10 to its full potential. Windows 10 requires just 2GB of RAM to run the 64-bit version – but with an extra 4GB, users can enjoy seamless multitasking and higher performance levels all round. 

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About Data Memory Systems: The Data Memory Systems’ team wants to provide the best possible quality PC memory and Apple memory at the lowest prices. They offer great service and value for your money.  Whether you have a Dell, HP, Sony, IBM or Apple Mac system, they have the compatible memory for your device.

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