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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Guide to Using and Personalizing Windows 10 on your Desktop/Laptop

Windows 10 will be released on July 29, 2015.  This will be a free upgrade for all existing Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 owners. As mentioned previously, I recommend DON'T UPGRADE for at least a month ( unless you are the adventurous type). There are still lots bugs that they will be fixing. You'll be able to download for free for 1 year after release.

Microsoft continues to focus on the phone and tablet market and refuses to recognize that Desktop and Laptop users are different and want the functionality they've always had, using familiar programs and not low-functionality Apps designed for the mobile devices.

If you would like to see what Windows 10 looks like and learn how to personalize your installation to your needs, even beyond what Microsoft makes available, download a tutorial I've developed:


This is a brief overview of Windows 10 features and functions, along with step-by-step guide to set it up for your effective (and desirable) use. It includes screen pictures and descriptions of the default Microsoft roll-out, and shows how you can adapt (overcome) this.

NOTE: I AM NOT a Microsoft employee or part of their sales team.  I am an interested user and have been evaluating Windows 10 since it's first pre-release. I have learned (and hopefully contributed) to making it a usable OS for Desktops and Laptops.  Microsoft will be conducting Introductory seminars which you may want to attend, but remember they are to promote Windows 10 bells and whistles, expecting you to change the way you operate, rather than show you how to adapt the OS to your needs. 




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