Windows 10: A Summary

After the hasty launch of Windows 8.1, Microsoft developers have been in the labs working on a successor, namely Windows 10. Before we delve into the world of Windows 10, let’s take a little trip down memory lane and take note of a particular trend:

Office 2003 downwards   File option was there (For office users, you get what I mean)

Office 2007: File option was removed (Which was a pain in the behind!)

Office 2010: File was brought back


Windows 7: Start button was visible

Windows 8: Start button was removed

Windows 8.1: Start button was brought back.

Windows 8 and 8.1: Metro style start menu was introduced.

Now from the above, you will see that when Microsoft removes a particular option in any of their softwares and users complain, they don’t say: meh, they’ll adjust to the change; instead they bring back that feature that their users are craving for. Now in Windows 10, they do something completely different: they combine the metro style of Win 8 and 8.1 with the classic style of 7; in so doing they not only give the users what they want, they also put in a little bit of change (thus giving the users the opportunity to take in the change with a pinch of salt.)

Now taking a look at the main features of Windows 10:

  • Metro meets classic

Metro meets classic


microsoft spartan project

Project Spartan


  • Cortana (Microsoft’s virtual assistant)
Hi,  I'm Cortana


One thing I noticed though is the fact that Microsoft is optimizing their softwares for touch-enabled devices (even from windows 8).

So in subsequent posts, I’ll give a detailed tutorial on how to get Windows 10 for your PC. For now just decide if you’re ready for the change.

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  1. Nana Dominez says:

    I really like that windows

  2. Putuberbagi says:

    I like windows 10. Thanks for info.

    • Emmagency says:

      You’re very welcome. If you haven’t installed it, you could read my post on the installation process. Feel free to ask any questions you might have. And don’t forget to share this post, bookmark and keep visiting

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