Microsoft has announced a few new features in Windows 10, including a new app for the Surface Pro 4 that can record video, an improved keyboard and more.
We also got a glimpse at what Microsoft is up to for Windows 10’s camera software.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new Windows 10 OS:What’s in Windows 20?
Here’s a summary of what you can expect from Windows 20:Here are some of the key differences between Windows 10 and Windows 10 Pro.
The main differences between the new OS and previous versions of Windows are:Windows 10 is still the default OS, but the apps are available in a variety of different languages.
For example, Windows 10 has built-in support for Russian, Arabic, and Chinese.
The OS also has a new way to manage your desktop: The Start Menu, which can now be customized to highlight Windows apps and settings, and then launch them with the touch of a button.
This means you can easily customize the Start Menu to show apps that you use frequently, as well as those that you don’t.
This makes it easier to switch between different apps, or to jump between them quickly.
This brings the Start menu to the foreground and lets you easily navigate between Windows desktop apps, such as Outlook, Skype, and OneDrive.
Windows 10 also has the new Cortana voice assistant.
It uses machine learning to understand your voice, and the assistant will respond to commands with an action that sounds like it should.
The assistant will also offer recommendations based on the user’s preferences, such a turning off Windows 10 on the Surface, or switching to the Metro interface on Windows 10 Mobile.
Cortana is available in the Cortana app for Windows and is available on Windows PCs and phones.
Cortana works with the new keyboard and mouse to offer gestures that work in Windows, as if they were natively typed.
You can add and remove applications, add and delete shortcuts, and more, all from the new Start menu.
There’s also a new “Windows 10” app, which lets you switch between various versions of the operating system and Windows.
You can also install and uninstall apps, customize settings, customize the Windows 10 experience, and view notifications.
The Start Menu in Windows is still available as an app, and can be easily accessed from within the OS itself.
You just can’t remove it from the desktop.