Windows 10 has been around for a few years now and I have helped with the roll out within a few large corporations for a couple of years now and they will not be the last. There are still people out their who will need to update their Windows operating system to Windows 10.
I still cannot believe that in a training session when I ask the ques
tion "who has seen or used Windows 10 before?", I get same answer from 90% of the attendees, which is "I haven't seen it or used it ever".
It is hard to believe that there are a lot of people out there that either have really not seen Windows 10 before or who have it at home on their laptop or PC and did not realise what it was or what it looked like.
Don't get me wrong, I am not complaining, because all these Windows 10 upgrades are keeping me in a job and one that I love and enjoy.
When people see Windows 10 for the first time, a lot are fascinated with what it looks like and some of the clever things (well, they think it's clever) it can do. For example, pinning a tile to the Start menu is very fascinating some some and resizing and moving a tile around is awesome to others.
The virtual desktops are a bit like Marmite. You either love them or you hate them. When I explain that you can separate your topics into different desktops or have your work for several bosses on different desktops and not have a million and one open Word documents, Excel spread sheets, goodness knows how many emails open at one time and several websites that you are doing research on in one desktop, there are a lot of slow nods when the penny drops and people understand how easier their life will be when they learn to open a new desktop for another project.
The roll out of Windows will be around for a while and I for one am not complaining. Bring it on!