Windows 10 will support USB 3.1 Type-C from the first day

During one of the conferences held in this year's WinHec, some important conclusions about the new Microsoft operating system have been made clear , among which we can highlight that Windows 10 will support USB 3.1 Type-C and USB Dual Role.

It is clear that the news is not in itself a big surprise, since Microsoft has always been characterized by offering a [little bird] good support of new USB [/ birdie] technologies as they appeared, but that does not stop being quite positive.

As we know the possibilities of the new USB 3.1 Type-C are very high, since it allows for example maximum power transfers of 100W, which allows for example acting as a single cable to support an external screen.

To this, we must unite, obviously, the important increase in the working speeds that the new standard will offer since it reaches up to 10 Gbps , allowing the copying of large files to be much faster.

Again Microsoft has done the homework and with Windows 10 the Redmond company is showing its best side , even in the first trial versions.