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Microsoft rolled out its latest and most awaited operating system dubbed as Windows 10. The new Windows platform comes with new and exciting features like personal voice assistant, faster Web browser and much more.
The latest Windows platform comes with number of improvements over the Windows 8. The tech giant has mead a huge step ahead in the right direction with the launch of Windows 10. We came up with the most annoying problems from Windows 8 that are fixed in the latest Windows OS. Take a closer look at the slider below to know more about the improvement of Windows 10 made over Windows 8.
The start screen of Windows 8 was almost hated by everyone. However, in Windows 10, Microsoft has finally brought back the desktop start menu and it look great.
The Windows 10 fixes the concept of one platform for all devices. Having single OS that spans desktop, laptops, tablets and smartphones is a great ides, but having single user interface makes it worst.
With the Continuum Mode, that automatically alters the user interface of Windows 10 based on whether you are using on a tablet or a PC. While, if you are using a hybrid device, you can even switch the user interface depending on what you are using: laptop mode or tablet mode.
The new OS opens apps in a new windows and you can actually drag them around, drag a corner to resize and arrange them however you like. While, in Windows 8, the modern apps took up the entire screen.
The Windows 10 comes with a new and faster web browse called Microsoft Edge. The new browser replaces the least used Internet Explorer. While the Windows 8 included not one but two versions of Internet Explorer.
Live tiles in Windows 8 gave a cool look, but looking around for notification was a huge pain. While, in Windows 10, the company introduced the Action Center that puts all the notification in one place.