New Features of Microsoft Windows 10

by Kiel Chavez  Windows is a name we all have come to recognize. Many of us have used nothing but the Windows Operating based system for as long as we have been using computer based systems. If we look at its history and evolution, we can see how far it has come and the many changes it has endured to continue satisfying an ever-growing community, a constant change in customer needs and keeping in check a security status to keep its users safe when accessing the world-wide web. Some of the more outstanding features we can observe are very visible, like the change in the desktop, familiar icons, graphics and even our beloved Start Menu. Other features are deeply embedded in code, within programs that most end users will never see. Whatever the changes be, they are many, and for our benefit. Windows 10 is not short of any changes when compared to previous versions. When we open Windows 10 for the very first time, the very first change we notice is right on the start menu. In many previous versions of Windows, the Windows Start Menu has changed many times. Including our previous version in Windows 8, where it was removed completely in its home user editions as well as larger business editions, like Windows Server 2012. A very unpopular choice, in Windows 10, it has been brought back with a new style and new way of accessing the menu itself. Microsoft has added the option to left click the menu and access most used apps, a popular use for many end users. They also included a right...