Today Microsoft officials announced that their new operating system won’t be called Windows 9 or Threshold as had been rumored. It will be called Windows 10. Windows 8 has been almost universally disliked because it forced people to do things in a very different, and many say, more difficult way causing loss of productivity in business and confusion for end users. Windows 10 is an attempt to marry the elements of Windows 7 that so many like with some of the innovative elements in Windows 8 and is also supposed to work across a variety of devices. Officials say they’ll release a preview test build of Windows 10 in the next few days and that Windows 10 will become available to users by the spring of 2015. In the mean time, I’m just going to keep on using my reliable, dependable Windows 7 Professional.