Windows 10.1 arrives
It's the astonishing 21st century operating system with a 6 second login time. Microsoft estimates 350 million devices run its latest OS and that customers have logged 135 billion hours of use on Windows 10 since its launch a year ago.
Now it’s time to upgrade.
The first anniversary update is full of Innovations. It’s expected to help people be more productive, stay safer online – and of course, have fun.
Sparkling new features:
- Windows Hello. This works with Windows apps and Microsoft Edge enabling biometric sign-in to unlock your PC
- Windows Defender. There are improvements on Microsoft’s free anti-malware service, including the option to automatically schedule scans of your PC.
- Windows Information Protection, formerly referred to as enterprise data protection, enables businesses to separate personal and organisational corporate data
- Windows Ink Studies indicate students learn better by writing so using Windows Ink on a Windows 10 device enables musicians to write digital music, graphic designers to be more creative, lawyers to edit documents and students to do mathematical equations.
- Cortana personal digital assistant with 1000 apps. You can ask questions, play music from your PC or set a reminder without unlocking your device. Plus notifications across all your devices
- Smart Sticky Notes
- Handwriting add-on for Office
- Ink annotations for Microsoft Edge browser.
- Easily connect to Xbox One and the Xbox app plus Xbox Play Anywhere games are now offered within the new unified Windows Store
- Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer for schools
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