- 1 Post By nikhil0082
2nd October 2014, 18:59 #1
Windows 10 Technical Preview Screenshot Gallery and New Features
Microsoft has introduced some really good new features in the Windows 10 Technical Preview. Since it was my first day at the new OS, i couldn't list many, but I will update this list soon
For those who want a tutorial on Downloading and Installing Windows 10 Technical Preview, check it out Here.
Well, Nothing new in this except some Icon Changes in the Task Bar, but Heres the Desktop
The Lock Screen and Log In Windows are still the Same.
And then BANG The First Major Change. Yes, THE START MENU IS BACK!
All Programs View:
Those who dont want this, Can get Back to the Windows 8 Start Screen, from the Properties.
All Programs View:
Also, now Right Clicking the Windows Button gives access to a list of Features.
2nd October 2014, 19:00 #2
You can also Search Everywhere from the Start Menu Now
The Start Menu Tiles are Resizable and Customisable.
The Next New Feature is the Task Switcher. You can use this by the Conventional Hot-Key Alt+Tab
By Pressing this Icon or by Win Key+Tab, users can invoke in the Snap Assist Feature.
You can also move apps between different Desktops
Explorer gets a New Start Folder, named Home
The new Home also shows your Recent and Files and Folders.
An upgraded Command Prompt
Well, a relief while working in Command Prompt, users can finally use the Copy, Paste, Cut and Select All Keyboard Shortcuts!
Users can Snap Apps to the Right or Left Quadrant, according to their Convenience using the WinKey+Left/Right Hotkey.
This allows users to operate multiple windows simultaneously. You can also snap 4 windows at a Time.
Another notable feature of Windows 10 is that you can resize all the Apps, and Apps from Windows Store run in Small Size
Many Features optimised for Touch Devices, when Keyboard is Absent
Designed to Work on Displays from 4 inches to 80 inches.
As the Tagline Suggests, One Product Family, One Platform, One Store.
Will update the List Soon, as i come across new Features.
4th October 2014, 05:35 #3
Very exhaustive screenshot gallery about Windows 10 features. Good job!
4th October 2014, 06:45 #4
It is looking mixture of Windows 8 and Linux.
Don't you think