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Windows 10 seems to be the biggest premiere in the long history of Microsoft and will be available as a free upgrade for owners of gadgets with Windows 7 and 8. The platform will offer us many new features, including the voice service Cortana and is optimized to work with devices that have different sizes of displays. Despite significant improvements now we understand for an interesting limitation in Windows 10.

It turns out that Microsoft will not allow users to install or use the virtual machine to work with other operating systems such as Linux. The reason is that the company will force its hardware partners to base their upcoming devices function Secure Boot. In turn, this is a tool to ensure the security of the machines against installing unlicensed or potentially malicious versions of the operating system.

At the same time, however, will not allow Secure Boot devices to work with software other than Windows 10, which can not be enjoyed for many users. Microsoft also will force the leading companies that put the sticker “Designed for Windows 8” on their machines to support this feature. We shall see how this functionality will be perceived by consumers worldwide.

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