CALIFORNIA: Microsoft’s Operating Systems has included a new Windows 10 in its array of products. The software giant claims that they have 450,000 daily users of their OS, and it is also stated in their Windows team news blog that they have collected 1.5 million testers of their preview of the operating system. Their digits grew rapidly as it was at one million on Oct. 13. They got their first million in a span of two weeks’ time.
Microsoft has been doing a lot of bug fixing lately to make sure that the users and the consuming public will be able to maximize their usage of the latest operating system. It was reported by Microsoft’s Gabe Aul, that they have fixed 1,300 bugs as to date and that have been reported by testers in the community. These testers echoes their findings as a means to inform Microsoft developers which area need improvement and which needs a total fix. Bugs are normal to new releases. It is how the OS latest builds get fixed and updated for the next release.
Aul, on the other hand, has promised the IT people and Windows users that they will be offering big things on the next creation of Windows 10 which they plan to unveil on Jan. 20, 2015. There has been leaked builds according to Microsoft, and Aul promised that the next build that they will release will be much better and more efficient for the users.
The reported leaked builds have been known and the software company is quite confident that there would not be any problems with it. It only shows that they are developing a better one for the public to use. These leaks are important however they will use it to their own benefit by handling it calmly and take full control of the situation. There will be no more Windows 10 slip outs this time.