Maybe you have updated your system to Windows 10 and used it for a long time, but are you sure you are 100 percent familiar with this system
There are many hidden new features worth exploring. Totally check them out here:
1. Make Cortana’s ears perk up
Cortana’s finally made the leap to the PC in Windows 10, assuming control of the operating system’s search functions and dishing out just as much as the Windows Phone version
However she doesn’t listen for your commands by defult. Enable the “Let Cortana respond when you say ‘Hey Cortana’” option. You’ll need an active microphone for this to work, of course.
2. Powerful Natural Language Search
Cortana can understand any command you say just to speak them in natural language. Like showing you the time, playing music and searching for informaion on the Internet.
3. Customize your Start Menu
You can absolutely make the Start Menu your own, just click the menu and it shows all the information that you are fond of. If you appreciate the blend of the traditional interface with the Live Tiles, note that you can right-click on any tile and select Resize to alter the tile’s dimensions—just like on the Windows 8 Start screen.
4. Find My Device
Windows isn’t just on desktops anymore, and a handy new feature released in the Windows 10 November Update acknowledges that: Find My Device, which does exactly what you’d think. (Though sadly, it doesn’t offer remote lock or wipe capabilities yet.)
5. Move open windows between virtual desktops
I like this function most.Switching windows between open virtual desktops use Task View to switching windows between open virtual desktops or Windows key + Tab, while Alt + Tab jumps you between open apps across all desktops.
There are more ticks, tips and tweaks than I mentioned here. If you found more, don’t forget to tell me in the comment.