Must See: Top 10 Features Of Microsoft Windows 10

Windows 10 has finally been released, bringing what should be Microsoft's best operating system to date. Most users expect the new OS to be head and shoulders above Microsoft's previous operating system, Windows 8.1.With all of the new features, there's sure to be something in it for everyone. Here are the top 10 reasons for you to upgrade to Windows 10.

1. The New Start Menu Microsoft has (thankfully) returned the Startmenu to the lower left-hand corner of the user interface, and this time, the menu doesn't focus exclusively on desktop apps. There's a host of information that can be found in the Start menu, with Microsoft having added a metro-style dash, which incorporates Windows 8-style tiles into the menu. For those who don't want live tiles, they can be turned off.

2. Windowed Apps
Windows Store apps have been given a refreshed look. Instead of being immediately dumped into a full-screen styleapp, they will be windowed, offering a mouse-friendly toolbar. These apps will also alter their interface to best fit the size of the user's display.

3. Cortana
Some might not be ready to delve into the use of a personal assistant, however, Cortana is really convincing for those on the fence. This is the first time we have seen Cortana on desktop, and it's a very nice addition to the software. Cortana will ask for access to your personal information, after which it will use that information, coupled with cloud-based intelligence, to provide you with the information you seek.

4. Hello
Hello will help users log into their systems without having to type in a password. Instead, users simply sit in front of their computer — and the computer will recognize them and log in. Android has hada similar feature for a number of years now,but Microsoft suggests that its tech is moreadvanced, with special camera requirements and infrared use. Not many computers can use Hello just yet, but it's sure to appear on more computers as time goes on.

5. Edge
There will certainly be skeptics for any Internet browser from Microsoft – given Internet Explorer's past – but early reviews suggest that Edge is actually a pretty neat browser. It's been completely overhauled, including Cortana support and a note-takingmode that allows users to draw on web pages. It's important to mention that Edge does not support plugins at this time, but the feature is on the way.

6. Action Center
Action Center takes the notification panel in Windows 8.1 to a new level. The Action Center is accessible through a simple swipefrom the right of the screen, or by clicking on the Action Center icon in the taskbar. It essentially organizes all notifications from apps and provides access to a number of settings that are often used.

7. Virtual Desktops Virtual desktops have long been a feature that users have asked for, and at last, Microsoft has answered them with Windows 10. Virtual desktops basically allow users to organized full-screen apps orother "desktops" as they like, enabling themto switch between these desktops whenever they want.

8. Xbox Streaming
Many Windows users are also Xbox users, making this feature a huge step forward. This is especially important for those with multiple people in one household, as it allowsXboxplayers to play even when the TV is in use. The feature is currently still in beta, but it works pretty well over Wi-Fi and allows users to utilize the Xbox USB controller. Users can also record up to two hours of their playing to their computer's hard drive.

9. Continuum
One of the biggest features in Windows 10 is Continuum. It allows users to seamlessly utilize devices that have both desktop and tablet modes, without having to change the layout of their desktop. On the Surface Pro 3, disconnecting the keyboard will cause apps and the start menu to go into full-screen mode.The feature will also allow smartphones to be used as desktop computers when connected to the right display.

10. Core Windows Apps
Maps such as Mail, Calendar, Photos and Maps have all been revamped, and this time around, the apps are good enough thatpeople may actually want to use them. Apart from the new interfaces, the apps also feature Cortana integration, allowing the personal assistant to feed the user information based on their emails and calendar.

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