Windows 10 revealed: Read about that and more in PCWorld's November digital edition.

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The Enhanced Edition includes videos, slideshows, podcasts, and other interactive features—all designed for consuming on your tablet. The Replica Edition is a PDF-like version that’s enabled for your mobile device’s touchscreen.

In the November issue

We take an in-depth look at an early version of Windows 10, which is due to be released next year. Microsoft’s upcoming OS combines a reborn Start menu with Windows 7’s live tiles. 

Also in the November Digital Edition:

• Chromebooks beyond the cloud: We explore everything Chromebooks can do when they're offline. 

The 4 reasons I switched from Google to Bing: If you're still Googling, you haven't seen the latest improvements in Bing’s search engine. Recent convert Mark Hachman explains why he switched. 

The best gaming mice of 2014: Up your game by finding a better mouse. Our in-depth guide shows you what to look for and how to analyze your needs.

Multimedia highlights

• See Microsoft’s new Windows 10: See an early version of the new OS in action. 

• QNAP’s TurboNAS TS-251 reviewed: Senior Editor Michael Brown reviews QNAP’s versatile two-bay NAS box and explains which type of user will get the most out of it. 

• Lenovo Y40 gaming laptop: Lenovo’s 14-inch gaming laptop cuts a few corners but delivers a great gaming system for a very attractive price. 

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With fall in full splendor, we’re celebrating by offering our readers great autumn savings: Subscribe to our Digital All-Access Pass and get full access to every PCWorld Enhanced Digital Edition plus our Replica Editions for only  $19.97—an 76% percent savings.

Existing subscribers who want to take advantage of the fall savings will have the new subscriptions added to their current subscription term. 

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