Technology is always moving forward, and as a culture, we all tend to want the latest shiny toy. That new iPhone or tablet ‒ or, in this case, a new operating system that can do more, faster, better.
On July 29, 2015, Microsoft released Windows 10, the highly anticipated updated version of its venerable desktop operating system. As opposed to the way the Windows 8 platform was launched, Microsoft is making a unique move to drive adoption of Windows 10. It is offering a free upgrade for nonenterprise users. You may have noticed the little “Reserve your copy of Windows 10” upgrade window in the lower-right of your screen. I personally have been highly tempted to click the button and do the upgrade. However, I pause, because the number one question I have about my system is, “Are the majority of my apps compatible with the new operating system?”