A Quick Overview Of Windows 10 Operating System

Windows 10 is very much easy to use and has lot of features similar to windows 7.It is designed in such a way to work with Hardware and software that you already have. Windows 10 combines the reborn Start menu with Windows 8’s colorful live tiles and adjusts its behavior depending on how you’re using your device.

Microsoft tried to place the Windows 10 OS as a “natural step forward” for both Windows and Windows Phone which will also be renamed as Windows 10. On the taskbar there will be a “task view” where users can switch back and forth between different environments whether it is 32-bit Windows 7 apps or modern apps. And yes, they will include virtual desktops, with the ability to switch back and forth between virtual environments.


Windows 10 is ensured to provide personalized results including search results, where multitasking will also be a priority with a goal to empower novice users. Microsoft even improved the command line interface, with an improved keyboard interface in Windows 10.

You are allowed to open up to four things on one screen at the same time and create virtual desktops whenever you need more space. You can also group things by project, like Office apps for work and games for play. It lets you browse the store on your PC, tablet, or phone and easily download great free and paid digital content including apps, games, music, films and TV programmes.

In windows 10 a “continuum” device will adjust the UI depending on whether or not the mouse or keyboard is present.

windows 10 operating system

When mouse and keyboard is disconnected:

You can go back to prior command where the Windows8 style Start menu appears and a back button is available and menus can grow larger.

When mouse and keyboard is connected:

The desktop mode reappears, Windows apps return to desktop windows, and the Start page disappears.

connect and disconnect

Windows gives you a personal experience that your device authenticates and recognizes you based on your presence.

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