A new version of Microsoft’s operating system is now available for download, but it’s not the same as the previous version.
Microsoft announced that Windows 10 is a major overhaul of the operating system that features many new features and changes.
However, the biggest change is the new look of the OS.
There are a lot of new things in this release, including a new Start menu, a redesigned Start screen, and a brand new notification bar.
The Start menu is much cleaner and much more intuitive, with a more modern design.
The new Start screen is similar to the Windows 8 Start screen and includes all of the same controls as the old Start screen.
However this is not as good as the Windows 7 Start screen that you can access through the Settings app.
The Windows 10 notification bar has a completely redesigned interface that makes it much easier to use.
There is a new, new, and improved Notification Center with many new and useful features.
One new feature is the ability to quickly jump to other apps that you want to see quickly, such as Calendar, Games, Music, Photos, and so on.
Another new feature that I find very useful is the Cortana Voice Search feature.
It has a new voice that you hear when you press the Search button, which is very useful for finding things.
The Cortana Voice search feature is one of the most popular features in the Windows 10 operating system, so if you haven’t used Cortana before, I highly recommend it.
One of the best features of the new Windows 10 OS is that you no longer need to have an Internet connection to run your favorite apps.
In fact, the new version does not even require an Internet signal to run.
All of these new features have been updated to the latest version of the Windows operating system.
There will also be a few changes to the Start screen which you will be able to see in the preview below.
The Preview: The Windows version of Windows 10, version 1511, is available for downloading now.
The Windows 10 release includes a lot new features including the new Start Menu, a new start screen, a notification bar, and many more.
Read more about Windows 10: Windows 10 preview The new Start Screen The new Windows desktop is very different from the Windows Start Screen that you see in Windows 8.
This new desktop includes a new and very clean interface.
There’s a new “Start” button that you will see on the Start menu that will launch a list of applications that you have recently opened.
The “Start,” “Done,” “Restart,” and “Back” buttons have been replaced with a new icon that indicates that they are now closed and cannot be interacted with.
It also appears that the Start button is now a “button.”
The “Done” button is no longer in the same place that it was before, and the “Restore” button has been moved to the right of the Start Menu.
There also appears to be a new background for the “Done.”
There is also a new navigation bar, “Settings,” that is much smaller than before.
There appears to also be new settings for the Windows taskbar and Start menu.
The notification bar now includes a button for “More” instead of the usual “Settings.”
There are also a few new icons in the notification bar that are smaller and more minimal than before, including “Home,” “Desktop,” and so forth.
One other change to the notification icon is that it now shows the date in the upper right corner.
There has also been some minor improvements to the navigation bar and Start screen experience.
The New Start Menu The new OS starts with a clean, new Start panel, and it looks pretty good.
The panel is a lot more streamlined, with more focus on what’s important.
It’s a little more functional and easier to navigate, and there are a few buttons on the new interface that are actually a little nicer to use than the old system buttons.
There have also been a few improvements to Windows search, including an improved search bar, a more streamlined search interface, and more suggestions.
The old Start menu was also a little harder to use, and users often struggled to find what they were looking for in the Start panel.
There are a couple of new features in Windows 10.
The first is a “Search for” option that can be found on the left side of the interface.
The search function in Windows does not include any categories, so there is no sorting or filtering of results.
You can search for anything that is in the search results, so for example, you can search by “Music,” “Games,” or “Photos.”
You also can search in different languages, but there is a very limited selection of results that include English.
There isn’t a good way to search in other languages.
For example, there isn’t an English-language search feature that will allow you to search for “The Walking Dead” in English.