It's been a few months since it's release, but for those still trying to decide whether Windows 10 is right for their organization, here's a flowchart to help you out.

Microsoft's last release was Windows 8.1, and they elected to skip the use of the name Windows 9 for reasons which remain vague, but could have to do with the sluggish adoption of Windows 8. Windows 8 featured the removal of the Start Menu, which was not deemed popular (although free software such as Classic Shell can bring it back)

Microsoft seeks to change that with a fresh start and new features such as:

  • The return of the Start Menu
  • The Windows 7 style desktop (the separate Me ...

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