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Windows 10 Experience

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It has been about one week since I’ve upgraded my Dell Latitude E6430s from Windows 7 to Windows 10 Professional. You can read on my previous post on Windows 10 installation here and first look on what Windows 10 has to offer here.

Well, since it is still new in the market (or web, which you can download for FREE), there are still some, what I would say, hick ups (or bug) somewhere. Yet, it depends on which hardware that you installed it to.

Hands-on with Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 64 bit

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Welcome back guys. After we did the installation on Windows 10 Professional 64-bit, now is the time to see what Microsoft has installed for us in their latest version of windows.
If you missed my post on the Windows 10 installation, you can have a look at it by clicking here. The installation was a direct upgrade from Windows 7. So, all my files and settings are intact, plus few other eye candies.
As you can see from the screenshot that I’ve attached in this post and from other previous Windows 10 related post, the interface has been changed a bit.
Starting from Windows 95, microsoft has introduced the START button where all the magic happens. Search for files or run a program, all starts with the START button, on the task bar at the bottom of the screen. This small little button has helped a lot of user do things and they are really “attached” to it. It continues in Windows 98 and up until Windows 7. 
Then comes Windows 8, where the “START” was totally “reformatted”. Logging in to Windows and you will see all the START screem with icons fill up the screen. Provided that you have a touch screen monitor, this format of START screen is in your advantage. Since people are so used to smartphones and tablets, that’s why microsoft create this sort of START screen. Well, lots of people like the changes. But then, many people do hate it. It’s a new learning curve for them. They cannot find what they are looking for. All the installed apps are “hidden” somewhere.