- A more interactive Start Menu. Users will continue to see lists of software and files, but alongside them will be Live Tiles of apps. These can be changed for apps used more frequently, making life a little easier than in Windows 7.
- As with Windows 7, users can search by clicking on the Start Button.
- Edge is the default browser in Windows 10. It features a clean look with a tidy area called the Hub to keep the things collected on the web – including favorites, reading lists, browsing history, and current downloads.
Stay tuned to future IT@Sam Newsletters or the Windows 10 project website for a peak at these improvements and updates to the timeline. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Service Desk.