Microsoft introduced its latest Windows 10 operating system earlier at a press event in San Francisco. The new Windows 10 got rid of many annoyances which were present in Windows 8/8.1, as well as the introduction of the traditional yet improved Start Menu. Users will be able to pin their apps to the Start Menu, along with quick access to the usual power buttons.
Furthermore, the new Start Menu comes with improved search mechanism -- it now features a universal search option. With Universal search, users will be able to see combined search results, which also include web results for the specific searched term. Just input the search term, and it will show you results from the web, as well as your system.
Microsoft's Windows 10 is expected to launch 2015, something which was also hinted by the WiFi password given to the attendees of the event -- "Windows 2015." We'll have more in-depth details on all things Windows 10 once the event is over. Stay tuned.