These are Windows 10’s new desktop features

Microsoft today lifted the veil on its upcoming Windows 10 operating system, offering a thorough preview of what consumers can expect when the software is released later this year across desktops, smartphones, and tablets. After a small glimpse back in September revealed numerous changes — a modernized Start Menu, better multitasking with Task View, and UI improvements among them — Microsoft used today’s press conference to focus on what Windows 10 will mean for its millions of everyday users.

First, Microsoft has already leveraged early tester feedback to improve Windows 10. If you’re familiar with and prefer the Windows 8.1 experience, you’ll be able to take the Start Screen full screen instead of the Windows 7-style start menu we saw…

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