With many users still unsure if an upgrade to Windows 10 is viable for their day-to-day uses, Lenovo has announced it will be helping spearhead the release of this new operating system from Microsoft.
As announced in a recently issued press release, Lenovo will be shipping products pre-installed with Windows 10 as early as July 29, seeing new models of the YOGA 3 Pro and YOGA 500 come from 'factory' with the new operating system installed. They are also promoting current Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1 users to upgrade digitally, from the same date.
In order to help your Windows 10 experience, Lenovo has enhanced its self-made apps in preparation, offering performance and device management tools alike. This news further comes alongside Lenovo working to integrate Microsoft's Cortana into REACHit, meaning Lenovo product owners can search all of their devices for files in one go.
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