Microsoft Windows 10 Home Edition 64-bit
Introduction: One-Stop Operating System for the Modern Population
Microsoft Windows operating systems have always enjoyed the preference of being the trustworthy option for offering comfortable & smooth personal computer operations. Windows 10 is the latest addition to the world of Microsoft is equipped with several interesting features which have indeed revolutionized its league.
Microsoft Windows 10 Home edition 64-bit introduces a whole bunch of “universal apps”; growing on Metro-style apps. Hence, these apps can be designed to function across multiple Microsoft product families with closely related identical code—including tablets, PCs, smartphones, Xbox One, embedded systems, Surface Hub and Mixed Reality. This is only a share of what this operating system can offer to the users in the quickest and hassle-free manner.
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The major elements of Microsoft Windows 10 Home Edition
Multiple Platform Operations
It is important to know that, the Windows Runtime app ecosystem was renewed into the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). It means, the universal apps are made to operate across multiple platforms and device classes, including tablets, smartphones, Xbox One consoles, and other compatible Windows 10 devices. Also, Windows apps share code across different platforms, have responsive designs which adapt to the needs of the device as well as available inputs. Also, these apps can synchronize data among Windows 10 devices, including credentials, notifications and allowing cross-platform multiplayer for games.
On Windows 10, the availability of a Windows Store is like a blessing. The Windows Store serves as an integrated storefront for apps, Movies & TV and Groove Music. Windows 10 Home edition also permits web apps and desktop software to be packaged for the purpose of distribution on the Windows Store.
Start Menu Modification
Windows 10 Home edition offers a fresh iteration of the Start menu. This presents a list of places and other options visible on the left side, and applications represented by tiles are present on the right. Moreover, the menu can be resized, and even expanded into a full-screen display. This particular option is available by default in Tablet mode.
A feature known as Task View works to display all open windows and permits users to switch between them, or multiple workspaces. Interestingly, Windows Store apps which could only be used only in the full screen mode can now be used in self-contained windows just like other programs. Also, windows can now be segregated to quadrants of the screen simply by dragging them to the corner. On snapping the window to one side of the screen, the Task View appears and simultaneously the user is prompted to select a second window in order to fill the unused side of the screen.