There are plenty of things that you can do in Windows 10 but couldn’t do in Windows 8. Some exiting things are listed below.
Manage your notifications
Windows 10 arrive with a re-formed Action Center that lives on the right-hand side of the desktop and provides a drift of all the notifications that comes in from any application. Click the notifications symbol in the system tray to open and configure it.
Switch to a dedicated tablet mode
Windows 8 tried to squash a desktop mode and a tablet mode into one cussed whole, but this time everything is far more civilized in the new windows 10 interface. Open the aforementioned Action Center to switch manually to tablet mode.
Stream Xbox One games
The link Microsoft has built between Windows 10 machines and Xbox One could be the great use of the technology. If your kids want to use big screen to play games then you can stream you Xbox One gaming up to your desktop or laptop upstairs in your living room.
Run Microsoft Edge
Microsoft’s new stripped-down, streamlined browser is a Windows 10 selective, and you can’t run it on Windows 8 or underneath. Just Windows 10 users can take advantage of website page annotations, the Cortana search integration and clutter-free Reading View. Whether, it’s sufficient to oust Firefox or Chrome as your browser of-choice remains to be seen.
Set up Windows to work with iOS and Android
Microsoft has decided to strain Android and iOS and now makes the majority of its applications accessible for the competing mobile platforms (Cortana applications are obviously inescapable). Run the Phone Companion application from the Start menu and you can launch a step-by-step guide to getting your LG G4 or iPhone 6 working easily with all the information and applications you have got on Windows.Publisher: Fadiyah Sameh