Imagine you have downloaded Windows 10 technical preview and you’re enjoying it. It’s stable and you’ve downloaded all of your favourite applications and a new update comes and it’s deployed automatically and everything is turned upside down. The new update has a conflict with a software or a driver on your computer and it crashes, restarts or doesn’t start all together. Your quiet life is turned to hell and you’ll need to install a fresh copy of Windows and thus all of the drivers and software. What a pain in the ass right? If you’re not a risk taker then this article is for you.
Apple has already gone the route of offering their OS for free for the last two major updates, Mavericks and Yosemite respectively, and now it seems that starting from Windows 10 Microsoft is also more or less going to adopt this same approach. In a nutshell this will mean free Windows 10 update for current Windows 7 and 8.1 users during the first year of Windows 10’s lifespan.
Lock screen isn’t new to Windows at all, it was there since WIndows 8, but if you are coming to Windows 10 technical preview from Windows 7 or even Windows XP it might be totally new for you and you might find it some how cumbersome and annoying, so if you are one of those people who find the lock screen annoying then this post is for you.
This post will cover Cortana which is Microsoft personal assistant in Windows 10 technical preview 9926 in depth, it’ll inform you with the ins and outs of it and how to make the most out of it and to properly control it. Before starting it’s worth noting that to have access Cortana you’ve to access Windows 10 using your Microsoft account (any email on Hotmail/outlook) and not an offline account.
Windows 10 technical preview build 9926 has been released last January and it’s the first release of the technical preview in 2015. Windows 10 is looking promising and you can read the what’s new in Windows 10. This post will cover the new notification center in Windows 10 technical preview 9926 in depth, it’ll inform you with the ins and outs of it and how to make the most out of it.
The new build (9860) for Windows 10 technical preview is here it was released a couple of weeks ago and it comes with a new set of feature.
Windows Defender that comes preloaded on your Windows 10 technical preview is a full fledged antivirus that you can rely on as a stand alone solution for any type of virus/attack, it’s worth clearing the conflict between Microsoft Security Essentials which was a quirky security solution and the new Windows Defender that is shipped with Windows 10 technical preview.
Multiple desktop is a great thing that has been missing from Windows operating system and now Windows users will have an opportunity to have multiple desktops. This post will present a step by step guide on how to manage the new multiple desktops features in Windows 10 technical preview.