The "Tech Preview" program that the company started earlier this month is being updated for the first time with a number of significant fixes, in addition to some additions directly from the Windows Phone 8 system
Microsoft is releasing the first update to its new operating system, Windows 10. According to the company, the update, with version version 9860 (compared to 9841 that appeared in the original system), comes with over 7,000 various improvements and fixes throughout the system. The vast majority of the fixes that Microsoft has implemented in the system are based on the feedback given by the curious users who installed the new system and tried it out, great news for us consumers. In addition to the many behind-the-scenes bug fixes, the company has added a number of improvements that users will be able to notice, namely:
- Adding a new alert center called "Action Center" - which comes straight from the company's smartphone operating system, Windows Phone. As an initial deployment only, the new alert center will display only basic alerts, such as messages, emails, Facebook posts, and a few basic system alerts. The interface of the new center is also basic when the company emphasizes that the tactile appearance and behavior of the new alert center will come with future updates. The new Action Center can be found on the system taskbar, next to the alarm and time zone.
- Easier transfer of Apps Between the various computer screens - You can now move the active window between the screens connected to the computer running the system with the keyboard shortcut "
- New animations - With the help of user feedback, Microsoft has added animation to help the user understand when a change has been made to the desktop on which he works. With Windows 10 has added the ability to create multiple virtual desktops, and now the company makes it easy to use this option. In addition, there is a change in animations to open and close Windows In the system, a nice and welcome addition.
According to the company, so far have been sent on the earlier version of 10 windows over 250,000 from various feedbacks, opened over 25,000 messages In community forums And received over 600 suggestions for improvement and addition to the system via Microsoft's Feedback Site for Windows.
In addition to the bug fixes and the new features that Microsoft has done in the system, the company adds a new option that will allow the user to control the rate of updates he receives, thus also the type of updates. So far, the user has received slower updates by default, and now, in the Updates menu in Windows 10, you can choose between more frequent updates or less, which affects the type of updates the user will receive.
According to Microsoft (and according to the picture that explains this above), users running the Windows 10, which decided to receive faster updates from the company, will receive updates that were authenticated by Microsoft only, using a chain-like method. Users who have decided to receive slower updates receive authenticated updates from users who get faster updates, resulting in fewer bugs and bugs.
We are waiting to see when we will receive further updates to the editorial board Windows 10 of Microsoft Office, With the hope that the company will accelerate the pace of development of the operating system, using both users and feedback.