Windows 10Right so I got the name completely wrong in my last post, I will admit that straight away; talk about a curve ball. I have been having a play around with the technical preview of Windows 10 and I am liking it a lot. I believe it is definitely an easier migration path for enterprise users still on XP. Is the reason why Microsoft went from 8 to 10 because of the theory that enterprises have a tendency to miss out on a release when doing their client migrations. So going from XP to Windows 7 and missing Vista and going from Windows 7 to Windows 9 or in this case Windows 10. Who knows.
Charms are still there in Windows 10There was a rumor going around in the software development community a while back that Charms will be disappearing in the next Windows release. As this image shows, they are still there.
However if you have a Store app open on your desktop and use the same key combination of Windows+C, then you also get access to a lot of the same functionality within the app.