Chapter 3. Using Windows 10

An overview of the Windows 10 user experience

Navigating Windows 10

Using Windows 10 on a touchscreen device

Managing and arranging windows

Cortana and search

Regardless of your upgrade path—from Windows 7 or from Windows 8.1—your day-to-day experience changes significantly with Windows 10.

The things you expect Windows to do on your behalf—launching programs, arranging windows on the screen, switching between tasks, finding files, setting notifications, interacting with cloud services, communicating with other people—are basically the same. But the steps you take to accomplish those tasks are different.

The change is more striking if you’re moving from a conventional PC or laptop to a touchscreen device. Even if you ...

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