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New and Improved Features in Windows 10

New and Improved Features in Windows 10

On 2016 July 29, Microsoft announced the official release of their latest operating system, Windows 10. The system is flexible, adaptable and customizable, and retains a familiar interface with a variety of new and improved features.

Windows 10 marks a huge step forward from Microsoft’s previous systems. Here are just a few of the exciting features and capabilities you can expect when you update to Windows 10:

  • Increased built-in security with Windows Hello, a new security feature that authenticates and recognizes you based on biometrics, using face, iris and fingerprint recognition to unlock your devices
  • Windows Edge – a faster, more efficient web browser to replace Internet Explorer
  • Enhanced, more intuitive start menu
  • Built-in apps including: Maps; Photos; Mail; Music; Movies & TV; OneDrive
  • Interact through touch, type, write and speech/voice recognition
  • Improved search capabilities
  • Virtual desktops to help you manage and organize your apps and projects
  • Wi-Fi Sense automatically connects devices to trusted hotspots
  • Multi-device interface and compatibility between desktops, tablets and mobile devices

Windows 10 is still very new, so it won’t hurt to wait a few months until Microsoft deals with any of the remaining bugs, but don’t wait too long. Windows 10 is available for free to all Windows 7 and 8 users. Microsoft provides automatic updates to Windows 10 and will continue improving and expanding the system.

On July 29, Microsoft announced the official release of their latest operating system, Windows 10. The system is flexible, adaptable and customizable, and retains a familiar interface with a variety of new and improved features. Windows 10 marks a huge step forward from Microsoft’s previous systems. Here are just a few of the exciting features and capabilities you can expect when you update to Windows 10: Increased built-in security with Windows Hello, a new security feature that authenticates and recognizes you based on biometrics, using face, iris and fingerprint recognition to unlock your devices Windows Edge – a faster, more efficient web browser to replace Internet Explorer Enhanced, more intuitive start menu Built-in apps including: Maps; Photos; Mail; Music; Movies & TV; OneDrive Interact through touch, type, write and speech/voice recognition Improved search capabilities Virtual desktops to help you manage and organize your apps and projects Wi-Fi Sense automatically connects devices to trusted hotspots Multi-device interface and compatibility between desktops, tablets and mobile devices Windows 10 is still very new, so it won’t hurt to wait a few months until Microsoft deals with any of the remaining bugs, but don’t wait too long. Windows 10 is available for free to all Windows 7 and 8 users. Microsoft provides automatic updates to Windows 10 and will continue improving and expanding the system.

Kishore kumar

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