Windows 10 has now officially launched and is available throughout select retail outlets and digitally through Microsoft’s Upgrade Program.
This version of Windows brings a new level of Xbox integration by utilizing Xbox Live to chat with friends, view your profile, set up your avatar and stream games directly from your Xbox One. Windows 10 also introduces Cortana, previously only available via the Windows Phone. For those who don’t know, Cortana is a digital assistant, from which can understand human voice to help navigate around the web, set reminders, and operate system commands by simply talking.
If you don’t have Windows 7, Windows 8 or play on building a PC in the future, you can pick up a copy of Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro for $119.99 and $179.99 respectively.