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Windows Hello is one of the most important security enhancements to Windows 10.When activated, Hello uses biometric identification including fingerprints and facial recognition to make sure only authorized users can log into a computer.
In Windows 10, instead of installing a separate program, multiple desktops arrive already built-in.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 was commercially released in June 2015 and it received mix reviews.
While their free upgrade offer was revolutionary from the perspective of users, it seems as though Microsoft put their users at a major disadvantage by focusing more on getting Windows 10 to everyone before the back-to-school period.
Windows has had the ability to run multiple desktops since XP days.
You just had to install an add-on like the XP Virtual Desktop Manager hidden in Microsoft’s XP Power Toys.
If you're still not sure about the upgrade, Microsoft has built in a simple process that only requires a few clicks to have the system roll back to your previous version of Windows, in case you don't like what Windows 10 has to offer.
However, keep in mind that you cannot access Windows 10 for free anymore unless you already received digital entitlement while it was free.
Since then, Microsoft has also released the Anniversary update that brought a lot of minor fixes and additions to Windows 10, most notably improved performance.
In this guide, we’ll look at the features that Windows 10 brings and help you decide whether or not it is worth the upgrade.
Windows 10 is much more usable than Windows 8 or 8.1, and proudly offers a bundle of new features, including improved security, a new browser, and the voice-activated intelligent assistant Cortana.
You might even call Windows 10 the most revolutionary version of Windows ever, mainly because it will be continually upgraded as part of Microsoft’s “Windows as a service” effort.
Based on all the benchmark results and all the feature lists there’s no reason not to upgrade to Windows 10.