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Windows 10 is the operating system from Microsoft designed to run on PCs, laptops, tablets, phones, Xbox One, servers, and IoT devices. Windows 10 was officially released to the public on July 29, 2015, and the company made it available as a free upgrade for computers running a genuine copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.
Windows 10 combines the best of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 by bringing back the Start menu and floating Store apps on the desktop. Microsoft also introduces universal apps that can be designed to run on all screen sizes, and there are a number of new features, including Cortana, Continuum, Microsoft Edge, Action Center, Settings, and more.
All Windows 10 related articles, including news, how-to guides, editorials, and reviews will be available in this section.
Windows 10 Versions
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Windows 10 Creators Update
- Windows 10 Creators Update release date explained
- Windows 10 Creators Update new features
- Understanding what’s the Windows 10 Creators Update
- Windows 10 Creators Update (ISO file) download
- Windows 10 Creators Update (Update Assistant) download
- Windows 10 Creators Update (Release Preview) download
- Windows 10 Creators Update (Media Creation Tool) download
Windows 10 Help & How-To
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Windows 10 gets a number of bug fixes and improvements in the latest Patch Tuesday releasing on September 12.
This tiny app brings back the ability to change system font size on Windows 10.
The limit has been increased, and now you can install Windows Store apps on up to 2000 devices.
Windows 10 Home users can also change Group Policy settings using a free alternative tool called Policy Plus.
A flashing window appears when running a scheduled task? Here's how to run tasks completely hidden.