The Top 5 Advantages Of Windows 10 (That We Know About So Far)

Microsoft hit the ball out of the park with their former operating system, Windows 8, but initial feedback on Windows 10 Home has been good. The computer giant’s OS update will not be available until July of last year, but we have already seen a slew of useful tips and advice, which might help those who have avoided Windows 8.


The fact that Windows 8 was not necessarily easy on using, nor was it a versatile operating system, was one of the things that irritated people about it.

Initial trials with the beta edition of Windows 10 Home have yielded a number of useful tweaks and tips so far. Most of it entails entering some of the origin file system and creating a few new lines of code, though it is simple enough and the possible benefits are enormous.

In a similar vein, Windows 10 appears to have done an excellent job of making it a little easier to tinker underneath the hood by allowing users to quickly adjust configurations for built apps.  For instance, you can change the look and feel of your start menu by allowing, “tablet mode” or sticking with a more conventional design aesthetic. You also can customize the Start menu to your heart’s content by expanding it to full screen.

Desktops In The Cloud

Although moving open applications between virtual desktops is not simply a major concept, Windows 10 has made significant progress in making it much easier to do so.

Although you can always jump among open apps around your desktops by pressing Windows Key + Tab or Alt + Tab, all you have to do is to right-click on the program you want to pass and select where you need it to go

Shortcuts For The Keyboard

For many of us who spend a lot of time in front of a computer, keyboard shortcuts help tremendously. Windows 10 Home also introduced a slew of new features that render having stuff done as simple as pressing a couple of buttons.

These new keys are only available in Windows 10, and they allow you to do things like switch to latest windows, clip windows together, create a new virtual desktop, close a virtual server, switch among virtual desktops, and more.

Finally! Scheduled Restarts

No longer can those pesky device updates disrupt your workflow or prevent you from using your system until they’ve been updated or completed – which often necessitates a lengthy restart (in most cases).

To use this late is better than never new function, simply open Settings from the Start menu, navigate to Updates and Recovery > Windows Update, and voila – select a customized restart time.


When you have a lot of influence, you also have a lot of responsibility.

It is beyond our comprehension why Microsoft got rid of God Mode in the first place, but the iconic function returns triumphantly in Windows 10.

This function was once a secret gem for Windows power users, and triggering it will expose a user menu that gathers all of your system’s configurations and focus areas under one panel, or folder – however, you want to call it.

All you must do to access it is make a folder and rename it.


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