Posted September 18, 2019 08:00:48 Microsoft and Microsoft employees have been making announcements about Windows 10, but they’re not the only ones making announcements.
This morning, Microsoft and Apple shared more details about the OS and their upcoming iOS updates.
We’ve heard that the update will be free for new and existing Windows 10 users, but there’s a catch.
Apple and Microsoft have teamed up to make sure the OS won’t take up more of your hard drive space than it already does.
This is important, because the OS is built to run on SSDs.
While this sounds good, it’s important to note that SSDs don’t offer any real benefits over traditional hard drives.
We’re not talking about the performance of SSDs, but the speed and reliability.
SSDs offer up to 8TB of storage, but Microsoft has stated that the OS will only be able to store up to 1TB of data.
SSD storage doesn’t offer as much storage as traditional hard disks do, so Windows 10 will likely offer more than 1TB in capacity.
We’re hoping that Microsoft will have enough RAM to support the massive update, but we’ll be watching closely for any hints of Windows 10 RAM expansion.