Windows 10 get significant upgrade
Yesterday, Microsoft released the first major update to Windows 10 for PCs and tablets since its initial release in July. It’s so large and improves so many features that it has been categorized as a whole new version instead of merely a patch or service pack.
Many of the features that have been in preview mode, including Cortana and Microsoft Edge, have significant upgrades. Additional capabilities in Cortana are only available in the USA for now. Improvements were also made to Mail and Calendar, Maps, Groove, Photos, Skype, and Xbox.
The Microsoft company blog states, "With this update, there are improvements in all aspects of the platform and experience, including thousands of partners updating their device drivers and applications for great Windows 10 compatibility."
Avast is the official Windows 10 consumer security software provider. For best results with the new version of Windows 10, please make sure you also upgrade your Avast antivirus protection to the latest Avast 2016 version.
Avast is a recipient of the Windows 10 Compatibility Award from AV Comparatives.
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