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Windows 10 users will be able to download the touch-friendly versions of Word, PowerPoint, and Excel that the company showed off earlier. Users who are accustomed to Windows 8.1 are bound to notice the Start button in the lower left corner; nonetheless, one of the greatest achievements of Windows 10 is that it features a fully-functional Start Menu.

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Windows 10 users will be able to download the touch-friendly versions of Word, PowerPoint, and Excel that the company showed off earlier. But Myerson’s blog post also revealed another little tidbit of news: Versions of Outlook and OneNote will ship with Windows 10 at no additional cost. Both of the latter apps have been exclusively reserved for Office in previous versions.

Windows 10 is meant to continue this trend, as it provides various enhancements over the previous operating systems with the purpose to make the whole experience more intuitive no matter if it runs on computers, tablets or smartphones.

Users who are accustomed to Windows 8.1 are bound to notice the Start button in the lower left corner; nonetheless, one of the greatest achievements of Windows 10 is that it features a fully-functional Start Menu, whereas the menu that was available in Windows 8.1 can still be accessed by right-clicking the Start button.

The Modern apps are still available, yet they run in windowed mode, so just like Windows 8.1, it allows users to minimize them to the taskbar and close them using the traditional X button from the upper right corner. The other enhancements are meant to make the OS run smoothly on multiple types of devices and to improve overall performance in a subtle way (for instance, the Modern Photos app is no longer just an image viewer since it also comes with editing functions).

A bigger change is the way that Windows 10 version 1607 handles those monthly cumulative updates. This release still offers no way to defer those updates automatically (short of using Windows Update for Business Group Policy settings), but you can at least define an Active Hours period of up to 12 hours per day during which you normally use the PC. During the Active Hours period, you should in theory be assured that Windows 10 won't automatically interrupt your work to install an update. If an update has been downloaded but not installed, you can manually set an alternative update time.

The signature elements of the initial release of Windows 10 were a direct repudiation of the radical changes introduced in Windows 8. Version 1607 retains the same basic design of Start, which mashes the Windows 7 Start menu with the Windows 8 Start screen.

That's not to say the Start experience hasn't been tweaked for this release, however. The new design incorporates a scrolling All Apps list that is permanently available, while the power button and shortcuts to frequently used folders shrink to a slim column of icons on the left.

Windows 10 for Windows 10 - Users' reviews

Windows 10 1607 B14393 review by Faye Fransson (Dec 24, 2016)

Windows 10 is terrific!!! Glad I upgrade! Didn't have many problems. Faye

Windows 10 1607 B14393 review by Steven Vaughn (Dec 19, 2016)

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Windows 10 1607 B14393 review by Steven Vaughn (Dec 19, 2016)

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