If you hated Windows 8 full screen start menu you're in luck.
The new menu goes back to the good days with a pop up list, and if you like Windows 8 approach, the new menu will incorporate live files and can still be customized.
Say goodbye to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge is here.
The new browser focuses on productivity.
It includes a reading view for web articles and a way to annotate web pages and share them with friends.
Virtual desktops are a very welcome addition.
The feature lets you organize programs in Windows into various screens.
Its like having multiple monitors only they're virtual.
Finally, Microsoft personal assistant Cortana is now on the desktop.
Like Siri or Google Now you can say, hey Cortana, and make calendar appointments, search the web and much more.
But you can reserve a copy now.
Can't wait to be on your PC In San Francisco, I'm Sharon Profis, CNET.com for CBS News.
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