Microsoft kicked off its public preview of Windows 10 at the beginning of October. Most of the coverage you've probably seen so far is about the user experience -- and specifically, the new Start menu. That's understandable, given Microsoft's desire to win over traditional PC users who are accustomed to using a keyboard and mouse and are uncomfortable with the Windows 8 interface.

But because of that focus, some important changes in the works for IT pros have gotten lost. In this article, I explain four new features you can expect in the Windows 10 era.

1: Update speed options

Everyone knows businesses are conservative when it comes to changing ...

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