References That Will Help Make Windows 10 Easier to Use
Created by Vic Laurie
This page presents links to articles that give tips and information that everybody who is interested in Windows 10 should know.
The tile-filled Windows 8 Start Screen was completely different from the screens in previous versions of Windows. This change and other features if Windows 8 met with considerable consumer resistance. In Windows 10 (skipping right over Windows 9 in the naming process), Microsoft has tried to answer many of the consumer objections while maintaining the effort to make Windows a universal platform. Windows 10 tries to be suitable for the new world of mobile plstforms while remaining friendly to desktop users.For example, the Start menu is back. There is also a new policy of free upgrades for Windows 7 and 8.1 users. Here is a slideshow and are articles that explain what you need to know about upgrading, configuring, and using Windows 10.
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