Microsoft's Windows 10 OS is 3 years old — here's how things have changed

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    Windows 10 is now three years old. In the past, three years was your typical life cycle for a version of Windows, meaning we'd just about be due for the next major version of the OS, which would bring with it a new design, new features, and more. Since "Windows as a Service" kicked off, however, there hasn't been a need for a new major version of Windows every three years, as Microsoft is committed to updating Windows 10 much more often, and adding new features whenever they are ready.
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