Picture is from the Microsoft Windows Communication email from August 27, 2015
Last night, like many of you, I received a Windows Communication email from Microsoft that talked about many of the cool features in Windows 10, and provided links to learn about the features. I skimmed through the gist of it, and went back to the feature called virtual desktops.
I have wanted virtual desktops for several years! They are here! You can see how this feature works (it is so easy!) by clicking on the link below.
Have fun with this!
Picture is from the Word download of shortcut keys
If you like keyboard shortcuts, a shortcut guide is now available for Windows 10. That’s AWESOME! Here is the link.
Yes, shortcuts do make you more productive.
A blog posting from the Microsoft Dynamics NAV team says that Dynamics NAV 2016 will be Windows 10 compatible upon release. The team is currently working on compatibility on Dynamics NAV 2013, all releases, and NAV 2015.
See their announcement at https://community.dynamics.com/nav/b/navteam/archive/2015/08/20/windows-10-and-dynamics-nav.
The new Windows get started app is supposed to help you learn Windows 10. However, to find it, you need to type in the name – Get Started App – in the search tool.
The search tool is located in the bottom left corner of the screen.
Or, you can look under the Windows KEY
And pull it up under the directory of apps, as below. Note that you need to click on the words ALL APPS to get to the apps listing.
I would love to know what you think of the “Get Started” app.
Updated my Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. The process went smoothly. All my files are intact. Working through some issues around finding information. I am using SEARCH before Cortana.
Here is what I learned after the upgrade:
1. There is a GOD folder with different actions in it. More about that later.
2. I am not a fan of the TASK VIEW.
3. Microsoft Edge has inking, and I like it. You can write on a web page. and send it to your friends or to a client.