• It is a major improvement from the touch-optimized Windows 8. Here are some of the major features of the new OS:

    1. The original, desktop-style Start Menu is back in Windows 10.

    The Start Menu is a useful tool of Windows, allowing users to easily access commonly used apps and features. In Windows 8, it’s experience was catered more to touch screens but now a more familiar and desktop friendly interface for it has returned. It now combines both the beat of the traditional and metro features of Windows, by including “modern” apps with updating live tiles with the traditional list of programs and folders. The Start Menu also has an optional translucent Aero look, brought back by user request, and can be customized with a nice range of colors.



    2. Cortana, Microsoft’s digital assistant is heavily integrated into Windows 10. This is a very intelligent and useful tool that responds to both voice commands and text input. As you begin a search, Cortana automatically presents relevant information. For instance, if you start typing the name of a restaurant, Cortana will begin giving you it’s location, hours, and more. It can also regularly show general info like weather and reminders, and can even operate applications.

    3. Microsoft’s Edge Browser is a large improvement over Internet Explorer. It loads pages quickly and easily with support for modern web standards. Edge also allows you directly annotate, mark, and note on Web pages for your reference and share your markings with others. This is a true browser that can compete with others like Chrome and Safari.



    4.
    Continuum allows Windows Phone users to easily pick up on whatever they left off on their Windows PC on their phone, and vice versa. This is possible due to the new Universal nature of Windows which allows the OS to be more interconnected between desktop and mobile. As a result, many apps will be able to seamlessly transition from one platform to another, as similar to iCloud Drive and Reading List for OSX and iOS.



    5. Windows 10 now runs
    DirectX12 which can help improve gaming performance.

    6. Windows 10 can run “Metro-style/Windows 8 Style” Apps as regular desktop windows, rather than as fullscreen mobile replications. On top of that, many Metro Apps like Mail and Calendar are major revamps of the old versions are now actually pleasurable and convenient to use alongside normal desktop apps.

    7. There is now a convenient action & notification center that effectively does its purpose, displaying messages clearly -along with a mini “control-center” underneath that provides access to commonly used settings, like WiFi and Bluetooth.

    8. Windows 10 has support for multiple “virtual” desktops. For those who haven’t heard of these or used these before, virtual desktops essentially create multiple desktop environments, or numerous “copies” of your desktop. Different desktops can hold different windows, allowing users to divide desktops based on usage – i.e. one desktop can have all windows and apps open related to work purposes, while another can be used to maintain all running entertainment applications.



    The bottom row of 4 screens represents four different virtual desktops this computer is currently running.

    9. The new OS allows users to multitask efficiently with easy quadrant “window-snapping.” A different window can be placed of the screen’s four quadrants as shown below –

    Windows can also be snapped two at a time, side-by-side.

    10. Windows 10 makes it very easy to assess hard drive space – it divides the storage space used into categories and can even display space occupied app by app for easy cleanup.

    11. Windows 10 supports a biometric program called Windows Hello, which, when combined with the appropriate hardware, can use fingerprints, iris scans, and facial recognition to unlock the computer. Although probably not a widely usable feature quite yet, it is still a great example of Microsoft’s innovation.

    12. Not very important to most users but for power users and programmers, Command Prompt now supports Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V to copy and paste! Those of you who use Command Prompt understand what a savior this is 🙂

    The overall UI and style of Windows 10 is amazing compared to old versions – it finally got a modern, sleek look! Both the taskbar and Start Menu can be given a beautifully translucent appearance. Window borders and the taskbar are no longer obnoxiously basic and dated solid colors, and windows themselves now display a pleasant little “bounce” or “snap” when minimized or maximized. Even minor things like folder icons and context menus have seen some long-needed aesthetic upgrades.




    Windows 10 was named so to show how distant and how much better the OS is from the poorly-received 8. It’s Microsoft’s last-ditch attempt to win back the love and loyalty of its customers. And looking at this new iteration of Windows, I can confidently say it successfully has and will continue to do so!




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