11-06-2016 02:07 AM
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  1. pitbullpup's Avatar
    I left windows for mac and os x when windows vista came out.... still love apple but needed a windows laptop for my work as a severe weather chaser...aka storm chaser so got a dell latitude e6410 that had windows 7 ultimate on it. the night I got it I let it do the free upgrade to windows 10 pro. so far I have to say it seems as stable as my apple desktop and works awesome.. very fast and edge browser is awesome. I didn't mind firefox, hate chrome and really hate internet explorer. hopefully I will continue to like windows 10 as it continues down the path. right now I can think it will only get better as time goes on
    MegeByte likes this.
    01-23-2016 07:54 PM
  2. ajayden's Avatar
    1. New Start menu - The design is very good. Universal appeal.
    2. Cortana - Every task is a breeze now
    3. Edge browser - Even though it is not complete, it will definitely be very good in the future. I can draw on pages and share, in tablet mode.
    4. Runs very well - Even on my MacBook Air. No driver issues or glitches.
    5. Windows Hello - Even though I cannot use it on my Mac Air, this feature will be very big in the future. Good that Microsoft started early.
    6. Easy life for developers - New VS 2015 makes life easier for developers.
    7. My Rice bowl - It has been my rice bowl for so many years as I am responsible for rolling out new systems and software for my company.
    8. Windows Continuum - Actually it is a big feature. I can see lots of people using phones as portable full screen computers in the future.
    9. Open to every platform - No selfishness and provides most apps and services on every OS.
    10. Free to upgrade - Lot of small companies love this as they do not have to buy expensive licenses.
    01-24-2016 03:40 AM
  3. ngoolan's Avatar
    tks
    01-25-2016 09:51 PM
  4. noobchief's Avatar
    I love Windows 10 because it always fail to install any updates on my SP3
    the whole taco and PhineasTD like this.
    01-28-2016 04:53 AM
  5. RonWesley's Avatar
    1. The Start menu
    2. Speed
    3. Cortana is the most loved new feature of Windows 10.
    4. Universal Apps
    5. Work with multiple Desktops
    6. A Better Browser
    7. Never miss a notification
    8. Security
    9. Get more life from your laptop battery
    10. Xbox App
    02-02-2016 05:51 AM
  6. jamescollion84's Avatar
    Hi,
    Top ten Best Reason i love windows 10.... :)
    1. Multiple desktop
    2. Notification Updates
    3. Action center
    4. Snap windows
    5. Start menu
    6. Faster and more stable than w8.1
    7. Very responsive
    8. customization options is awesome
    9. Look is very good
    10. Most important drivers installed

    Thanks,
    Trisha CM likes this.
    02-04-2016 07:23 AM
  7. Ghoomato's Avatar
    I am loving the Windows 10 than any other OS. The performance of system is increased. But still one suggestion ... can we have better windows defender.. It will definitely increase performance and protection to system.
    02-07-2016 02:24 AM
  8. Jon Johnson5566's Avatar
    I am wondering upgrading my computer to windows 10 now. Thanks for all this wonderful reasons, I definitely will try now.
    03-02-2016 01:30 AM
  9. The_Black_One's Avatar
    1. Start menu
    2. Apps in window mode
    3. Free upgrades
    4. Universal apps
    5. Edge
    6. Cortana
    7. Notification Center
    8. Tablet mode
    9. Fast and responsive
    10. Looks great
    03-02-2016 05:24 AM
  10. moorken666's Avatar
    i find the most important one that it is super fast compared to windows 10
    03-03-2016 10:20 AM
  11. moorken666's Avatar
    and oh yeah, boot applications boot lightning fast too!
    03-03-2016 10:21 AM
  12. Josephpaul27's Avatar
    1. The start Menu is back
    Windows 10 boots to the Desktop by default and the Start menu is just where youd expect to find it. Whats more, it works like were all used to, but has live tiles like in Windows 8. Happy dance. Happy dance!

    2. Theres Edge, the sparkly new web browser
    The promising-new Edge is apparently the only browser that lets you annotate by keyboard or pen directly on the webpage and easily share with friends. Edge also has a super reading feature. Reading Mode strips all the ads and sidebar crud out of webpages, formatting articles so that they appear similar to a book. It will let you save content to read offline.

    3. It now enables virtual desktop-ing
    A much awaited feature, Microsoft has finally bringing virtual desktops to Windows. Users will now be able to switch between as many desktops as they want. This will greatly improve workflow on the operating system.

    4. It ups its game with Xbox
    Xbox on Windows 10 lets gamers access the best of the Xbox Live gaming network on both Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One. Whats more, the performance-enhancing DirectX 12 gaming API can deliver up to a 50 percent performance improvement in games.

    5. You can say hello to Cortana on PCs
    Windows 10 brings Cortana, Microsofts personal digital assistant to PCs and tablets. Cortana is quite intuitive and learns your preferences to provide relevant recommendations, fast access to information, and important reminders. Interaction is natural and easy via talking or typing.

    6. Theres a snazzy command prompt (geek alert)
    Geeks, rejoice! You will love Windows 10 because it will help you to get an improved command prompt.

    7. Its great for businesses
    Major businesses will surely appreciate the new Microsoft OS. The best part is that Windows 10 is compatible with all kinds of modern management systems. Moreover, productivity surely puts this product ahead of others.

    8. It lets you edit across devices
    Now you can start something on your phone and finish it on your laptop. A new feature, Continuum syncs and stores content from Photos, Videos, Music, Maps, People & Messaging, and Mail & Calendar etc. enabling you to start something on one device and continue it on another.

    9. It distinguishes and adapts to devices
    Windows 10 supports the broadest device family ever from PCs, tablets and 2-in-1s to phones to Xbox and the Internet of Things. Also, if you remove the keyboard on your convertible tablet, and a prompt will appear asking if youd like to enter tablet mode. And vice versa.

    10. Its free!
    And last but not the least, Microsoft announced that the OS upgrade would be offered free of charge for devices running Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Phone.

    Regards,
    Joseph Paul
    03-16-2016 12:24 AM
  13. nekooh's Avatar
    Beauty
    Simplicity
    Diversity
    being different
    Facilities
    New Programs
    Universal App
    Creativity
    One platform, multiple devices
    Modern
    03-17-2016 05:36 PM
  14. Wevenhuis's Avatar
    1. 10% more stylus input into the OS (Wish it was more, but Joe did spill the beans that we would most likely be seeing more stylus input features added to windows 10 in the near future. I am waiting for redstone)
    2. Interactive live tiles (not here yet, but announced at build 2015 this year it is still coming. Waiting for redstone)
    3.Toggles pane in the action center (feels like charmsbar 2.0 for me coming from windows 8.1 Pro)
    4. Multiple apps snappable in both landscape AND PORTRAIT orientation (yes finally; Does still need some refinements though)
    5. Drag and drops of files between desktop and windows app is possible (not much, but getting there; needs some more refining on the touch UI department and that more apps implement this. Would be a great and natural interaction between apps when using as a tablet)
    6. I like it that they still support hotcorner/swipe gesture to open hidden title and app bars in ported apps with swipe down from top edge. At least this way windows 10 is still usable with the core apps from the "first" windows store.
    7. multiple desktops. Still figuring out why I would want to use is on my surface pro. But for multitasking I see its practical virtues. Adds a newer layer of flexibility of mulitasking (does needs some more refinement though)
    8. Pinable individual settings pages as a live tile. Gorgeously pratically and flexible!
    9. windows search has an option for a tailored and expansive search. I like that duality of search results. (but yes, could also still use some more tweaking and refining)
    10. tablet mode! It makes the transition from windows 8 a tidbit less of jarring experience. (but also this experience could use a lot of tweaking and refining).
    Waited patiently and it seems rumours are building that tile updates and interactive tiles are coming. I dreamt up some simple ideas what I would like to see. Offcourse the video by windowsblotItalia was released a while ago showing a real demo. But I couldn't help think a bit further what more could be done with interactive live tiles and tile updates.

    https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resi...nt=file%2cpptx

    Anyone else have great ideas to show?
    03-28-2016 10:00 AM
  15. tpcs's Avatar
    When Microsoft FINALLY does what they promised ( chrome extensions support), THEN I'll drop chrome. The only extensions I see on the Edge extensions page are completely useless to me.

    I need Adblock, Webmail Adblocker, Keep my opt-outs, and AutoHD for youtube. Give me those extensions *AND* , MICROSOFT!!!.... , give Edge IE11's full screen mode ( since Edge doesn't even have a full screen mode yet...pathetic), THEN I'll use only Edge. It's that simple.

    I look forward to when that day arrives, and I'll happily give Microsoft applause for a hard-earned accomplishment.

    Until then, back to tried and true Chrome.
    04-27-2016 11:57 AM
  16. Shad_Kerr_16's Avatar
    I'm not going to list 10 reasons why I love Windows 10 but I will just give random comments: I do like the Edge browser and the fact that it's way more polished and mature. Windows Hello is neat (on the rare occasions it doesn't work on my SP4, which is annoying), Cortana is cool (sometimes it doesn't stay listening long enough and it just times out or it just Bings what I asked but I think it'll get better, maybe I just need to get better at timing my questions after saying the hot phrase). I feel like this is a viable option to Mac OSX. I tried to be a Mac dude but I always go back to Windows, not a huge fan of OSX but I do love the iPhone/iPad and I have a MacBook Pro.
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    06-12-2016 03:25 PM
  17. Allan Cantillo M's Avatar
    The first thing I really really like from Windows 10 is the UWP apps are now NOT full screen. I really like Windows RT for the apps in a Surface RT, but I always felt something wrong or ultra weird when opening a picture, or the browser and have it full screen in a regular desktop computer. It felt simply INCORRECT. I hope Microsoft realize sooner than later that this should be the default behavior also in the apps for the phone when used in continuum mode.
    I like the Edge browser more than IE and more than Chrome. Finally in AU with extensions which was an important requirement for a lot of people. I wish that the Edge browser had the full screen on window feature it had at the beginning of Windows 10 (when displaying video).
    I like the modern look and feel of Windows 10 in general, it feels a lot more refined than previous versions.
    I like to have UWP platform behind and the sense of the same app running everywhere, mobile, desktop, tablet, xbox and even hololens. This is good for developers and users. Giving the increasing number of devices I demand that the limit of 10 is too short, and there is no option to "extend" in no way to more devices. The lack of family sharing is still surprising me. I wanted kids corner in the Windows 10 in general, but it seems this is gone in mobile for AU, so it became the opposite I wanted.
    I think the next step should be UWP for Android and iOS and the .Net core now in more platforms and the Xamarin thing seems to go to that direction.
    aybarrap1 likes this.
    08-04-2016 09:44 AM
  18. aybarrap1's Avatar
    I love nearly everything about W10. The W10 upgrades have continued to make the OS better fit the most part. Now that extensions are finally supported in Edge (a year of waiting is a long time) I think I will like it even more.
    08-05-2016 11:45 PM
  19. MartinBiH's Avatar
    1. Start Menu
    2. Live tiles on the start menu!
    3. Multiple Desktops
    4. New better Edge
    5. Excelent UI
    6. Cortana
    7. Good cloud integration
    8. UWA (Universal Windows Apps)
    9. Continuum
    10. Performance
    08-07-2016 01:24 PM
  20. Trisha CM's Avatar
    1. The ease of personalizing the start menu
    2. Multiple desktops (and ability to pin a program to all desktops at same time)
    3. The look is great
    4. Better snap function
    5. Updates to the calculator with weight, volume, length conversions
    6. Cortana
    7. Voice prompting
    8. Windows Ink
    9. Connect App
    10. Improved Action Centre
    08-10-2016 03:14 PM
  21. aybarrap1's Avatar
    Now that AU is out, I actually have something.

    1. Start menu and pinned apps are so customizable
    2. Apps can open in a window just like actual desktop software.
    3. Now we have dark mode to choose from
    4. Edge now that it has extension support (AdBlock was the big one for me but hope more will come along)
    5. Windows defender is no longer just a useless piece of built in software if another av solution is installed. Periodic scans shows for definition updates and the ability to scan manually.
    6 -10....I have many more so I'll sum it up.... It's windows 10.
    08-11-2016 10:24 PM
  22. Karl Vincent Alvarez's Avatar
    1. Easy to use (for me)
    2. Start Menu (much much much cleaner than the Windows 8/8.1 version)
    3. Uniform experience across devices (having a Win10 laptop and a Win10 mobile phone)
    4. Store
    5. Built-in apps are much better
    6. Cortana
    7. Continuum
    8. Insider Program
    9. Aesthetically pleasing
    10. Gets things done
    08-18-2016 09:08 AM
  23. BenIsCool's Avatar
    It's faster than Windows 8
    08-18-2016 11:25 AM
  24. Karl Vincent Alvarez's Avatar
    I also agree. Windows 10 is also a lot easier to use than Windows 8
    08-20-2016 10:57 AM
  25. xplodsun's Avatar
    start menu, Cortana, virtual desktops, windows ink, action centre and good performance......
    08-22-2016 03:39 AM
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