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Discover the exciting world of Windows 10

The learning curve for each new iteration of the Windows operating system can be steep for many users. Often it can feel like a drastic change from the previous version, and confused new users may not know where to start, or even what has changed from the previous edition.

I understand this, and my goal in this guide is to help you navigate the changes and pitfalls, and in the process getting you up to speed so you can continue to be just as productive as you were with your previous operating system.

Learning a new version of Windows doesn’t have to be hard or tedious; it can be fun, and I hope to be able to show you just how exciting Windows 10 can be. And how it can change the way you use your computer to both work and play.

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The learning curve for each new iteration of the Windows operating system can be steep for many users. Often it can feel like a drastic change from the previous version, and confused new users may not know where to start, or even what has changed from the previous edition.

I understand this, and my goal in this guide is to help you navigate the changes and pitfalls, and in the process getting you up to speed so you can continue to be just as productive as you were with your previous operating system.

Learning a new version of Windows doesn’t have to be hard or tedious; it can be fun, and I hope to be able to show you just how exciting Windows 10 can be. And how it can change the way you use your computer to both work and play.

Let’s get started!

An Introduction to Windows 10

Windows 10 is now available online and I have already download them. It seems that this new Operating System is both familiar and a little challenging to me. In fact, I found out the new OS combines the best bits of old and new features of Windows into a cohesive package, while it has corrected all of the missteps of Windows 8. Actually you'll find out that the upgrade process is 'painless' and free if you are a user of Windows 7 and 8.

In Windows 10 the Start menu is back again and works just the way you would like it to. The live tiles from the last version (Windows 8) are still here, but they have been incorporated to the main menu (Start menu) now, where they can make more sense.

In addition charms bar has been altered in this version into a more straightforward and much easier to use tool. Furthermore, I found out that there are some gripes with this new product, but I honestly think that Windows 10 is great. Above all, it's quite flexible and customized.

This new design seems to break things that were possible in Windows 8.1. Back then, the layout of Start screen was maintained and it also supported syncing the Start screen between devices. Now this capability is gone with the new Windows.

I found that now they installed a new animation to get around between pieces of information and there is also new sizes. For example, I can resize the Start menu by dragging its edges; in case you need to have more live tiles, you can easily make it bigger.

In addition, I found the dashboard very convenient for me.