Windows 8 and Windows 10 are two similar poems. Windows 8 was Microsoft’s first major revolution to bring Windows design closer to touch. Windows 10 has come to refine that attempt and has expanded it, at the same time that it has returned to the traditional design of Windows. Using this operating system is very simple; its interface is intuitive and comfortable, and as you get to know it, it will be simpler and more attractive.
The Windows 10 Start Menu resembles its predecessors. It is a combination of the Windows 7 menu with the Start screen that emerged in Windows 8. Again, users have a Start pull-down menu that provides the options to go to the installed programs, while we can use the specific applications of Windows 10. And all this, unlike Windows 8, without having to change the window.
In the top left of the Start Menu you can access the most used applications. Windows 10 prioritizes comfort in its format and puts what you use most at your fingertips. At the bottom you have the “File Explorer”; if you click on the arrow, it displays anchored programs and the folders that you visit the most. Under the Explorer you can access the “Settings” of Windows, the “Start / Stop” button where you can suspend, turn off or restart the computer, and finally “All applications”. If you click you can access the applications alphabetically arranged, arranged letter by letter, as if it were a calendar.
In the right half of the Start Menu you have the Windows 8 inheritance. That is to say, what Windows 8 incorporated again and that was dosed better in Windows 10. You can access the applications that Windows integrates with a possible touch screen. Access to “Calendar”, to “Mail”, to an application “Photos” that shows all the images and videos stored on the computer sorted by month and year. Also “OneNote” so you can take notes that you want to remember; “Microsoft Edge”, the first browser that allows you to take notes, write, draw and highlight things directly on the web page; “Phone add-on”, an application to synchronize Windows 10 with your cell phone; and if you go down with the mouse wheel you have more applications, including “News”, also “Money” that deals with financial information, “Movies and TV” with your gallery of personal videos, “Store” where you can buy music, games and applications both free and paid to use in your operating system, and even more options. This is the interactive part of Windows, its tactile side, where everything is customizable; If you are a tablet user, you will feel like a fish in the water. And if you are not, go ahead, it’s very easy to use, you just have to go inspecting each of the squares with applications. This is the interactive part of Windows, its tactile side, where everything is customizable; If you are a tablet user, you will feel like a fish in the water. And if you are not, go ahead, it’s very easy to use, you just have to go inspecting each of the squares with applications. This is the interactive part of Windows, its tactile side, where everything is customizable; If you are a tablet user, you will feel like a fish in the water. And if you are not, go ahead, it’s very easy to use, you just have to go inspecting each of the squares with applications.
If you enter the Start Menu you will see that in the lower left is the option “Configuration”. This is a very important section. Here you can access: System: Screens, notifications, applications, where you have a range of possibilities, from placing your PC in battery savings, customize your screen and your monitor, see installed applications with their features, and more options. Also in “Settings” you can access to see your installed devices, such as printers and scanners, adjust the network and Internet connection, customize the background, add new accounts for other users, modify the time and language of Windows, and one of the most important things: Update and security, where you can update your Windows,
In the interactive part of the Start Menu, on the right, you can access Microsoft Edge. This is the new Microsoft browser. It has a start that makes it pleasant to use both on desktop and on a tablet. You have a bunch of news, applications, a calendar, a convenient preview of the Microsoft store, and much more. You can even customize it to suit your tastes and needs. Above all you have the address bar where you can search for a page or simply enter a specific web address. If after you enter your words, you give it time, Bing will give you suggestions to help you find what you want. Microsoft Edge is the symbol of what the new Windows 10 represents: having everything together in one place.