With the arrival of Windows 10, Microsoft chose to cut and tear some beloved, long-standing elements available in past forms of its operating system. If you have disappointment at some of the gaps in Windows 10 software, here are 5 apps you can pick up to plug those gaps.
When it comes to word-processing options on Windows 10, you’re screwed with the rather bare bones WordPad.
LibreOffice is a free open-source office suite that includes software for making presentations, word processing, database management, creating spreadsheets and many more.
It is compatible with many different file formats, so there’s a good chance you’ll be able to open spreadsheets and documents created in Microsoft Office. You can choose the latest Version 5.0 of LibreOffice which has just been released.
VLC is a capable media player, it’s happy to play DVDs and other videos and also able to handle a wide range of different audio files. VLC can also be excited by downloading software plugins.
Windows 10 photo app is ok for retouching photos but if you want to do more like cropping an image and applying filters, then you should give a chance to GNU\GIMP Image Manipulation Program. GIMP can handle anything from photo retouching to adding professional-looking effects.
This might be a both predictable and controversial. Predictable in that chrome is already a popular software and Controversial in that windows 10 came up with a new browser called edge. Chrome is highly recommended for its power and extensions.
Groove music is a streaming music server for Windows but the only problem of this server is you have to pay for it. A monthly subscription is 9.99$. If you don’t want to pay then you can download Soptify. Its offers a huge catalogue of music with streaming services and you don’t have to pay for it, coz it’s free.Publisher: Fadiyah Sameh