Windows 10 Gets Better With Threshold 2

Threshold 2 is the first update to Windows 10 and by the looks of it, Microsoft has made some substantial improvements to the already remarkable Windows 10. The latest update includes the following:

Windows 10 Activation Made Simple

When Windows 10 was originally released, Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users found the upgrading process to be quite complicated. Thanks to the latest update, you can activate Windows 10 using your Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 product key.

Colored Title Bars

Undoubtedly we all have sighed about the absence of colorful title bars. Threshold 2 brings it back and you can now add color to you title bars by going to Settings > Personalization > Colors. Make sure you enable the option which says show color on Start, taskbar, action center and title bar.

Start Menu Will Suggest Apps

The start menu has been the reason for a lot of criticism among Windows users and the latest feature makes no effort to change it. You will now get app recommendations on the start menu. Evidently, this is to encourage the users to access the store and use more apps from the store.

Find My Device

Windows 10 now has a built-in tracking system which will allow you to track your device if it is stolen or lost.

Edge Gets Better

Microsoft Edge now includes tab previews so you can see a preview of the website by simply hovering your mouse over the tab. In addition to this your favorites and reading list can be synced across all your Windows 10 devices.

Cortana Has Improved

Cortana does not need a Microsoft account any longer. It understands inked notes and can remind you of events and movies that have been booked. It also powers itself down when you are not using your Windows 10 device.

Most of the features that come with the latest update have made Windows 10 even better. Users find the updates to be useful.

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