Unlike the competition, it consistently brings in new features and support that reach far beyond the traditional PC, thanks to Microsoft designing it to receive semi-annual yet still very tangible updates for free, instead of rolling out a completely overhauled OS every few years. It also comes with several different versions, each of which is designed specifically for different hardware and types of users. For detailed Windows 10 system requirements and the various versions, check out the Microsoft website. There are also a few features that Microsoft is starting to phase out and a handful that Microsoft might completely remove from a future update.
Windows 10 release information Feature updates for Windows 10 are released twice a year, around March and September, via the Semi-Annual Channel. They will be serviced with monthly quality updates for 18 or 30 months from the date of the release, depending on the lifecycle policy.
Windows 10 (Beginners Guide)