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Still unsure about Windows 10? Try Microsoft’s online emulator demo

The one-year anniversary of Windows 10 launch is fast approaching, and so is the deadline to grab your Windows 10 Update for free. So, with support for Windows XP now over, and Windows Vista support set to expire next year, there is still some time left to grab up the free upgrade to Microsoft’s latest operating system. For those of you who are unsure about the update, however, Microsoft is now offering up an online emulator  for you to see the Windows 10 experience before you make any changes to your current operating system.

The emulator has three overall sections which cover Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 for PC, and Windows 10 for Tablets. Upon launching the website, you can click on a list containing certain categories of overall features. Then, after a second click, that list will then launch a sublist linking to videos that go into the specific details of that platform’s specific features. Each overall section contains the following items.

Windows 10 for PC:

  • Work across my Devices
  • Meet Cortana
  • Get more done
  • Stay Organized
  • Get apps and more
  • Personalize my PC
  • Keep in touch
  • Browse the Web
  • Manage my photos
  • Have more fun
  • Find my way with maps

Windows 10 for Tablets:

  • Work across my devices
  • Meet Cortana
  • Get more done
  • Stay organized
  • Get apps and more
  • Personalize my tablet
  • Keep in touch
  • Browse the web
  • Take and share photos
  • Have some fun
  • Fine my way with maps

Windows 10 Mobile:

  • Work across my devices
  • Meet Cortana
  • Keep in touch
  • Get more done
  • Get apps and more
  • Personalize my phone
  • Browse the web
  • Take and share photos
  • Have more fun
  • Find my way with maps
Windows 10 emulator

Windows 10 emulator

So, if you’re one of the folks who are hesitant to update to Windows 10, now would be a great time to head over to that website to see the Windows 10 experience for yourself! Once you do head there, please drop us a comment below to let us know how you found the experience!

Update: The site seems to be having issues at the moment. We’ve verified that it works intermittently, and so keep trying if the site doesn’t resolve for you at first.

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