It just got easier to slow down. Windows 10 will bring Cortana to Microsoft’s voice-controlled digital assistant on desktop computers, making it easy to communicate with your device without having to lift a finger. You will be able to find your own hard drive for specific files, take photos from specific dates, or launch PowerPoint presentations simply by telling your PC to do so. You can also get an email to send to Cortana while you’re working on a spreadsheet, making multi-reflection a lot easier.
With the Xbox app for Windows 10, you’ll soon be able to play any Xbox One game on your PC or tablet, the new operating system will support Xbox game streaming (via your home network), DirectX12 support, which will improve speed and graphics performance. The app also lets you record, edit, and share your fragrance victories with the GameDVR feature, which lets you capture the last 30 seconds of your game Don’t miss the expected win. You’ll be able to join your friends on the Windows 10 or Xbox platform and watch the live activity of your friends on Xbox Live.
Forget Internet Explorer. The tallest browser will be replaced by the newly announced Project Spartan. New features include PDF support, a reading mode that improves the layout of long articles, and a new note-taking feature. The latter lets you scroll through any page and share your comments with your friends via social networks via a slide in the menu so you don’t have to quit your browser. Even better, Cortana will help Browser in Project Spartan, so she can pull up information related to her site, such as going to a restaurant you are looking for or when to fly. You can pull it in no way. In your email
The new feature of multiple desktops allows you to run another set of windows just like any other screen, but without a physical monitor. This is similar to Apple’s free space feature on OS X and helps you manage a large number of open windows and apps. Instead of having multiple windows open on top of each other on one desktop, you can configure one and the other virtual desktops to stay in those programs. Set up one especially for home and keep your apps like Netflix and Amazon open, and create another desktop for work on which you have Word, Excel and Internet Explorer open. On Windows 10 there is a new way to keep track of your open apps, with new desktops, on the new operating system; you can press the new task view button on the taskbar or swipe from the left edge of the screen to drag. ۔ Make a one-page view of all your open apps and files. It’s not much different than using the Alt-Tab combination shortcut on your keyboard, but it offers an easy way for contact-based users to track what’s going on.