On August 1st, Microsoft released Windows 10, the newest version of it’s operating system. After Windows 8, and the many complaints it received, Microsoft decided to bring back the Start menu in hopes of winning over users they lost. But Windows 10 isn’t just a cosmetic upgrade. According to Ed Tech, there are some new features that make it worthy of consideration.
Their “4 reasons Windows 10 makes sense for education” details the new features that might win you and schools over. They are:
- Microsoft’s new personal digital assistant, Cortana
- Microsoft’s new default web browser, Edge
- Windows 10 introduces a new way to streamline the login process: Windows Hello
- Windows 10 across devices will allow users to experience seamless transition through Continuum
The upgrade to Windows 10 is free for the first year for consumers who are moving from preexisting installs of Windows 7 or 8.1.