On the desktop, Windows 10 is a completely new experience.
You can do so many things with it that even the most seasoned Windows users can’t fathom.
It’s more of a mobile-first operating system, and with that comes some really cool features like offline mode and multi-monitor support.
We’ve got a full Windows 10 guide for you, and we’ll be talking about that in our next Windows 10 series, so keep checking back.
If you’re already on Windows 10, check out our guide to upgrading to Windows 10.
If not, this guide will give you a quick rundown of the different aspects of the OS that are new to you.
So grab that keyboard and get started.
The good stuff, so far The new features and features that will be rolling out to Windows PCs in the next few months are pretty awesome.
The Windows 10 Mobile app on iOS and Android phones is the new home for all of the latest updates, and it has the ability to track your progress with a new badge that lets you know how you’re doing.
You also get a bunch of new apps for Xbox and PlayStation.
Microsoft says that all of these new apps will “be accessible across all Windows 10 devices.”
Microsoft also announced a new Cortana app, a new version of Skype that uses the same language as the one in Windows 10 (English), and a new Windows 10 app for Xbox that works on Windows 8.1.
You’ll find the full list of new features in our Windows 10 FAQ.
It’ll be a good time to see if Microsoft can keep pace with the rest of the world.
The company says it has more than 60 billion monthly active users, and Windows 10’s launch has helped to turn that number around.
We’re excited to see what Microsoft can bring to the table with the next version of Windows.
It sounds like there’s some new features that you’ll have to pay attention to in the coming months.
But for now, the new Windows features that are rolling out are pretty exciting.
If this guide helps you to decide whether you should upgrade to Windows or wait, then I’m confident that you will.