Windows 10 is a cross platform operating system developed by Microsoft and applied to devices such as computers and tablets. It was released on July 29, 2015.

Windows 10 has greatly improved its usability and security. In addition to integrating new technologies such as cloud services, intelligent mobile devices, and natural human-computer interaction, it has also optimized and supported hardware such as solid-state drives, biometrics, and high-resolution screens.

As of February 21, 2023, the official version of Windows 10 has been updated to version 19045.2673, and the preview version has been updated to version 21390. On June 13, 2023, the 21H2 version of Windows 10 terminated its service.


System Function


Information and interests:

Through the "Information and Interests" feature on the Windows taskbar, users can quickly access integrated feeds of dynamic content, such as news, weather, sports, etc., which are updated within a day. Users can also customize the relevant content they are interested in to personalize the taskbar. While seamlessly reading information from the taskbar, the content is relatively concise and not likely to disrupt daily workflow.



Biometric technology:

The new Windows Hello feature in Windows 10 will bring a series of support for biometric technology. In addition to common fingerprint scans, the system can also allow you to log in through facial or iris scans. Of course, you need to use a new 3D infrared camera to access these new features.




Cortana search function:

Cortana can use it to search for files on the hard drive, system settings, installed applications, and even other information on the internet. As a personal assistant service, Cortana can also help you set reminders based on time and location, just like on mobile platforms.


Tablet mode:

While taking care of old users, Microsoft has not forgotten the new generation of users who have grown with touch screens. Windows 10 provides features optimized for touch screen devices, as well as a dedicated tablet mode where the start menu and applications will run in full screen mode. If set properly, the system will automatically switch between tablet and desktop modes.


Desktop applications:

Microsoft has abandoned its radical Metro style and returned to traditional style, allowing users to adjust the size of their application window. The long-awaited title bar has returned to the top of the window, and the maximize and minimize buttons have also given users more choices and freedom.


Multi desktop:

If the user does not have a multi monitor configuration but still needs to rearrange a large number of windows, then the virtual desktop of Windows 10 should be able to help the user. With the help of this feature, users can place windows in different virtual desktops and easily switch between them. Make the originally messy desktop tidy.




Start menu evolution:

Microsoft brought back the long-awaited start menu feature in Windows 10 and combined it with the features of the Windows 8 start screen. After clicking on the Windows key in the bottom left corner of the screen to open the start menu, you will not only see a list of key system settings and applications on the left, but also the iconic dynamic tile will appear on the right.


Task Switcher:

The task switcher for Windows 10 no longer only displays application icons, but previews the content through large-sized thumbnails.


Fine tuning of the taskbar:

In the taskbar of Windows 10, Cortana and Task View buttons have been added, while the standard tools in the system tray also match the design style of Windows 10. You can view the available Wi Fi networks or adjust the system volume and monitor brightness.


Snap Assist:

Windows 10 not only allows windows to occupy the left and right sides of the screen, but also drag and drop windows to the four corners of the screen to automatically expand and fill 1/4 of the screen space. When sticking to a window, other open application thumbnails will also be displayed in the remaining space of the screen. After clicking, it can quickly fill the remaining space


Notification Center:

The notification center feature of Windows Phone 8.1 has also been added to Windows 10, allowing users to easily view notifications from different applications. In addition, the bottom of the notification center also provides shortcut switches for some system functions, such as tablet mode, notes, and positioning.

Command prompt window upgrade:

In Windows 10, users can not only adjust the size of the CMD window, but also use familiar shortcut keys such as auxiliary pasting.


File Explorer Upgrade:

The File Explorer of Windows 10 will display users' commonly used files and folders on the main page, allowing users to quickly access the content they need.


New Edge browser:

In order to catch up with popular browsers such as Chrome and Firefox, Microsoft eliminated the old IE and brought the Edge browser. Although the Edge browser has not yet matured, it does bring many convenient features, such as integration with Cortana and quick sharing capabilities.


Plan to restart:

In Windows 10, the system will ask the user how long it will take to restart.


Settings and Control Panel:

The Windows 8 settings application has also been applied to Windows 10, providing some key system settings options and a user interface similar to traditional control panels. And the previous control panel will still exist in the system, as it still provides some options that are not available in the settings application.


In 2020, in the latest version of Windows 10 20H2, clicking on the Windows Control Panel link entry will no longer open the classic control panel, but will replace it with the settings application. At the same time, shortcuts in resource managers and third-party applications have also been changed from the control panel to the settings application.


Compatibility enhancement:

As long as you can run the Windows 7 operating system, you can run the Windows 10 operating system more smoothly. Optimized support and improvement have been provided for various components such as solid-state drives, biometrics, and high-resolution screens.


Security Enhancement:

In addition to inheriting the security features of the old Windows operating system, security features such as Windows Hello, Microsoft Passport, and Device Guard have also been introduced。


New technology integration:

We have made in-depth improvements and optimizations in terms of usability, security, and other aspects. Integrate new technologies such as cloud services, intelligent mobile devices, and natural human-computer interaction


Hardware Requirements


Supported Devices

Devices capable of installing Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems


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