10 key warnings for your Windows 10 migration

If you’re looking at a Win10 rollout, like Damocles staring at the sword, there are a few important tidbits that every executive needs to understand. Here is your report from the Win10 trenches.

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You can think of the morphs as Microsoft making it up as they go along, or adapting to changing circumstances. Or you can view it as a result of stumbling to do something that’s never been done before. Regardless of the backstory, what you know now about Windows 10 may well become obsolete in the next few months.

Unlike the days of XP and Win7 and 8.1, when you had a major shift at most every few years, the future won’t be so stable.

That means you have to keep up to date. No, you don’t have to don a Mixed Reality headset (although you may enjoy it!). No need to consult Cortana or ink a web page in Edge, write a Linux program, use emojis (much less animojis) or remix a story. Running the latest beta builds will drive you nuts, guaranteed, but that’s always been the case.

The world’s changing fast. Even with Windows.

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