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What's new in Windows 10? Test your knowledge of the new OS

Microsoft has previewed several new mobility features in Windows 10, from a universal OS to better interactions on 2-in-1 devices. See if you've been paying close attention.

Windows 8 strayed too far from the desktop, eliminating the traditional Start menu and homing in on touch-based devices. In the new Windows OS, Microsoft is looking to backtrack and find a better balance between mobile and desktop.

All eyes in the enterprise world are on Microsoft's Windows 10 OS, eager to find out if the software giant can still deliver. Early previews of the operating system were encouraging, but IT professionals will be closely monitoring what's new in Windows 10 to see if those features are more in touch with the corporate landscape than Windows 8 and 8.1 -- particularly when it comes to enterprise mobility features.

How well do you know the mobility features set to debut in the new Windows OS? Test your knowledge of what's new in Windows 10 with this quiz.

This was last published in February 2015

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Windows 8 left Microsoft criticized for failing to address enterprise mobility and security. Win 10 has all devices universally supported. Hooray! Data management and security are controlled by IT management, not device driven anymore. I like the touchscreen features. After 15 minutes I liked Windows 8 at home on my touchscreen. Win 10 sounds corporate-friendly but a step back. I expect Microsoft will re-introduce improvements found in Win 8 more slowly as touchscreens become standard.
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Not sure what it means when I can score 5 out of 5 and not have read much of anything about Windows 10. I have always been a good test taker...

To be honest, I haven't used Windows 8 with a touchscreen, and after a brief period of discomfort, I got used to it using it with keyboard/mouse pretty quickly. Admittedly, it seems like some of the biggest improvements are ones they are trying to make for enterprise clients. This probably explains why our IT department decided to skip Windows 8 and upgrade all machines to Windows 10 at some future date.
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nice question and let's try to think
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