What are the Best Features in Windows 10
Microsoft has released Windows 10 which is very familiar as it is user friendly.
We will see what are the best features in Windows 10. Windows 10 is better than ever and Windows 10 has more awesome features.
- Keep in mind that Windows 10 has lots of similarities to Windows 7 Operating system.
- Windows 10 has very speedy startup.
- Windows 10 has lots of in-built security terms which keeps your computer safe.
- Windows 10 = Strength of Windows 8 + Windows 7
- Windows 10 has Windows store – One place for all your favorites – for free Games, Music and Apps.
The Best features of Windows 10
Hardware Dependent – Best Features in Windows 10
Windows 10 is hardware dependent, ie you will not have any issues when you switch components in your system.
Xbox app and Streaming – Best Features in Windows 10
This is a good news for gamers. Microsoft Windows 10 has Xbox One app, multiplayer games, Cross-platform Xbox and PC.
Awesome Windows 10 Start Menu – Best Features in Windows 10
Windows 10 Start menu has two sections. A classic Windows 7 Start menu on the left side (complete with an All apps link), and a tile-laden Windows 8 Start screen on the right.
Windows 10 Cortana – Best Features in Windows 10
Windows 10’s another feature Cortana is your clever new personal assistant. Cortana helps to find things on your PC, manage your calendar, track packages, find files, chat with you, and tell jokes.
The more you use Cortana, the more personalized your experience will be.
To get started, type a question in the search box on the task bar. Or select the microphone icon and talk to Cortana. (Typing works for all types of PCs, but you need a mic to talk.)
Windows 10 Internet Browser – The Edge browser– Best Features in Windows 10
Microsoft Edge browser lets you move quickly from browsing to doing. Write1 or type notes directly on web pages and share them with others, read online articles free of distraction and save your favorite reads for convenient access later.
Windows 10 Virtual desktops and Task View – Best Features in Windows 10
Good news. Virtual desktops have finally come to Windows.
The poor man’s multi monitor setup allows you to go back and forth between either open apps or multiple virtual “desktops” of apps, organized how you like them.
Task View, as Windows 10’s virtual desktop implementation is called, won’t appeal to everybody but it provides deep new functionality for power users.
Action Center – Best Features in Windows 10
Windows 10 Action Center provides a quick-action buttons for Common Functions.
Those are Activating Bluetooth / Connecting to a VPN and Shifting the interface to Tablet Mode.
Revamped Core Apps – Best Features in Windows 10
Windows 10 variants are speedy and responsive, and they manage to fit much more info on the screen while still being friendly to mice cursors and fat fingers alike.
The new apps also dynamically shift their interfaces to fit nicely into windows of all shapes and sizes.
The Mail app adds swipe gesture controls so you can quickly sort your inbox with just a few swipes—and what each swipe does is user-configurable, too.
But more important for practicality, the revamped apps include key functionality that was missing in their Windows 8 predecessors: POP email support in the Windows 10 Mail app, and Google Calendar support in Calendar. The new Photos app is surprisingly robust.
Continuum – Best Features in Windows 10
Windows 10 is vastly improved on PCs, but Microsoft didn’t forget about touchscreen users.
The operating system includes a handy “Continuum” feature that dynamically switches the interface between the PC-friendly desktop and a Windows 8-like mode that’s better suited for fingers (pictured above), depending on how you’re using the device.
Windows tablets will default to the latter; PCs to the former. Hybrids will intelligently switch between the two modes depending on whether you have a keyboard attached.
Windows 10 Mobile phones will even ape a full-blown PC when they’re connected to an external monitor (though Windows 10 for phones won’t be released for a few more months).
In tablet mode, the Start menu expands to fit the full screen, as do Windows apps. If you’d like to force a switch, the new Action Center has a dedicated “Tablet Mode” button that you can enable or disable at will.
Unified Settings – Best Features in Windows 10
Windows 8 split system settings down the middle, dropping some in the traditional Control Panel and some in the Metro-fied PC Settings app—forcing you to check in two separate places if you needed to tweak things.
Windows 10 mostly does away with that irritation thanks to its options-stuffed new Settings app, though you’ll still need to wade into the still-there Control Panel to tinker with some obscure power user options.