The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is certainly a bigger one that the usual System Packs that accompanied previous versions. Most of the 5,000 improvements are made up of very small changes. Even when taken together, the Anniversary Update is an update that makes Windows 10 only slightly better. But considering that it is free to all Windows 10 users, it is definitely a small cause for celebration, writes Ajith Ram.
Stardock has launched Start10, which brings back the familiar Windows 7 start menu to the Windows 10 desktop. Keith Liu finds out if it's worth the US$5 asking price.
Microsoft said that Windows 10 will be available to 190 countries on July 29, as a free upgrade to people using Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 on qualified devices.