It seems that Microsoft does not require any marketing campaigns now to attract people to its new operating system Windows 10. Most of the features that the tech giant introduced for Windows 10 have gone viral. According to Microsoft’s Windows help and support, Windows 10 is more secure and convenient than the predecessor Windows 8.1 in several ways. Take a look at some of Windows 10 features and see how it differs from Windows 8.
Fewer requirements for free hard drive space
Windows 10 does not require the same amount of free space in the hard drive as Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 require. The operating system consumes about 6.6 GB less hard drive space as compared to the previous operating systems. So, reinstalling Windows 10 is rather simple and takes less time. Adding to the benefit is the ease of dealing with crap ware.
Microsoft claims that the OS has been integrated with a feature called Wimboot, which is enabling the disk compression for apps and system files. Since this feature is integrated.
Before a user is being able to install Windows 10 in the PC, it is checked to ensure that it meets the system requirements for Windows 10. The user will be permitted for the OS installation only if the computer meets the requirements.
Windows 10 backup
With Windows 10, you do not have to worry about system failure due to corruption of the OS. The OS creates the backup to help you recover from system failure quite easily. This will be a new feature going to be introduced to Windows 10. Currently, this feature is available on Windows Phone 8.1.
Windows 10 evades reinstall problems
According to Microsoft’s Windows help and support desk, Windows 10 causes no reinstallation issues at all. Unlike older Windows OS users, the Windows 10 users need not download and install security updates from time to time. There is a Refresh and Reset button in Windows 10, which allows you to return to the default stage. In a recent blog post, Microsoft stated that, “we are also redesigning Windows’ refresh and reset functionalities to no longer use a separate recovery image (often preinstalled by manufacturers today) in order to bring Windows devices back to a pristine state.”
Microsoft is doing all that it can to make Windows 10 unique and feature-rich. The earnest efforts by the tech giant to make Windows 10 better deserve special applause.