[IMGCAP(1)]Small-business owners like myself (and most of my clients) hate it when Microsoft releases a new version of their Windows operating system. Of course, new versions of Windows mean new features and capabilities that will hopefully help us run our businesses better. And developers and other geeks look forward to it because there are always new tools available to help them build better applications (which helps us in the end).

But we don’t necessarily want new things – we just want to work with existing things that get better and better each time. And no one knows for sure if Windows 10, which was slated for release on July 29, will be better for us until it’s been out there for a while.

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