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Here's Why Microsoft Will Only Optimize Windows 10  - PCSTATS.com Here's Why Microsoft Will Only Optimize Windows 10
Wed, Sep 07 2016 | 1:58PM | Filed under: Operating System| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

There has been quite a bit of noise and plenty of confusion online lately, since news broke that Microsoft would only be fully supporting Intel’s and AMD’s next-generation processor microarchitectures – codenamed Kaby Lake and Zen, respectively – with Windows 10. Some publications and scores of readers pegged the decision as a pure marketing move by Microsoft and derided the company for forcing users to upgrade to Windows 10. On the surface, we understand why such a statement would make some people cringe. Not supporting Windows 7, which remains the second most popular desktop OS with enthusiasts, or the much-maligned Windows 8, means consumers will technically have fewer options and less choice when these processors actually hit the market. But that’s not necessarily the case...

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