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Microsoft just took another big step toward the release of Windows 10 — and revealed it will be free for many current Windows users. Windows 10 is a pretty big overhaul as far as Microsoft releases go. The firm's execs are looking to completely unify device platforms - no small feat. This means there are heaps of new features in tow, including universal Windows 10 apps, desktop-based Cortana AI and - in response to endless consumer requests - the return of the Start Menu. One of the most exciting additions to windows 10 product key 10 is Microsoft Edge - developed under the 'Project Spartan' codename - the Internet Explorer replacement set to debut with the new OS. It's optimised for touch, and comes with a host of built-in extras like a reading mode.

There's a new rendering engine too, and while the Technical Preview version doesn't showcase the browser as hugely nippier than