Windows 10 is the Most Recent Operating System from Microsoft. Windows 10 comes with plenty of new features and improvements. It seems like Microsoft is listening to its own users and creating changes in Windows 10 that were not liked in Windows 8 plus a lot more. The biggest news for us is that if you have purchased Windows 8 or 8.1 and want to update to Windows 10, this upgrade will be totally free of charge.
Let us discuss some of the features of Windows 10 and then go on into the download section.
Windows 10 new features
Let me list down some of the significant featured introduced in Windows 10 up till today. I am pretty certain that Microsoft will be adding more features to Windows 10 when the final version is published.
- Windows 10 comes with a fresh Start Menu. It is a mixture of Windows 7 style Start Menu and Windows 8 design Start Screen.
- There have been enormous improvements in touch UI especially the Continum which changes to the touch favorable UI if the keyboard is detached from the pc.
- The Modern interface was further incorporated into the Desktop. Now the modern apps will operate just like any other Desktop based app in a window or full screen if you want.
- Ultimately, the virtual desktops attribute was included in Windows 10. Now users can create different Desktop environments within the exact same account login.
- The Alt-Tab keyboard shortcut key now does not work like a job switcher. It opens up the job view where you are able to switch between opened programs in addition to your established virtual Desktops.
- The command prompt is getting keyboard shortcuts too!
- The Charms bar has disappeared in favour of a Settings menu under the Start Menu.
- Windows File Explorer Home folder has been enhanced.
- DirectX 12 is scheduled to be added into Windows
- If I’ve missed anything, please allow me to know through the comments below.
If I’ve missed anything, please allow me to know through the comments below.
If I have missed anything, please let me know through the comments below.
Latest Windows 10 technical specs (1903)
Complete OS Name: Windows 10 May 2019 Update 32-bit/64-bit Build 18362.116 (Comes with 25 languages at the moment)
ISO file name:
These are the file names for the English version of Windows 10 which is the default. The file names will change according to the language you have selected for download.
File size: The ISO file size varies between 3 GB and 4 GB according to the architecture (32-bit or 64-bit) selected and the language of the download.
Release date: March 2015.
License cost: Windows 10 May 2019 Update is free for everyone who is already using Windows 10.
Expiry: The latest version of Windows 10 Version 1903 will expire on 8th December 2020.
Upgrade options after expiry: You will be forced to upgrade to the latest version of Windows 10 after expiry. You can also block the new update if you want.
Updates: Microsoft is following a rapid release cycle so you should expect a frequent updating of Windows 10 TP using Windows Update.
The minimum requirements for installing Windows 10 are the same as Windows 8 or 8.1.
Processor: 1 GHz
Memory (RAM): 1 GB (For 32 Bit), 2 GB (For 64 Bit)
Minimum Space: 32 GB Free Hard Disk Space
You need to have supported Windows 10 hardware in order to install Windows 10.
Windows 10 Download ISO 32-bit and 64-bit Images
Win10_1903_V1_English_x64.iso (4.6 GiB)
Win10_1903_V1_English_x32.iso (3.3 GiB)
If you want to download Windows 10 in any other language, you may download the ISO from here. The supported languages include:
English (United States)
English (United Kingdom)
Spanish (Latin America)
Product key and installation
You may use the following product key for Windows 10 installation and activation:
Windows 10 Product Activation Keys All Editions
You may burn the downloaded ISO file to a DVD or make a bootable USB drive in order to install Windows 10. If you want to upgrade Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 to Windows 10, then you should mount the ISO file and run the setup from within Windows Desktop.
I hope you will enjoy Windows 10 more than Windows 8. Feedback from you will be highly appreciated. Please leave a comment below and let us know about what you think.
Microsoft made Windows 10 to deliver a more personal computing experience across a range of devices. An experience optimized for
each device type, however, familiar to all. It will also force the world around us, core to devices making up the Internet of
Things, everything from elevators to ATMs to heart rate monitors to wearables. No matter which Windows 10 device you use, the
encounter will feel comfortable, and there’ll be a single, worldwide Windows Store where they could find, try to buy Universal
As before, Microsoft has provided different Windows variants that are tailored for various apparatus families and uses. These
different variations tackle the particular needs of our different clients, from consumers to small companies to the largest
Windows 10 HomeHouse is your consumer-focused desktop edition. It offers a comfortable and private experience for PCs, tablets and
2-in-1s. Windows 10 Home can help folks do good things, both big and little. With it, they’ll be more productive and have more
enjoyable thanks to a very long list of new inventions: Cortana, the planet’s most personal digital assistant; the new Microsoft
Edge web browser; Continuum tablet mode for touch-capable devices; Windows Hello face-recognition, iris and fingerprint login; and
directly out of the box, a wide assortment of universal Windows programs such as Photos, Maps, Mail, Calendar, Music and Video*.
Microsoft will also be bringing the Xbox gaming experience to Windows 10, giving games and players access to the Xbox Live gaming
community, allowing the capture and share of gameplay and providing Xbox One owners the ability to play their Xbox One matches out
of any Windows 10 PC in their home.
Windows 10 ProPro is a desktop variant for PCs, tablets and 2-in-1s. Building upon both the familiar and advanced features of
Windows 10 Home, it has many extra features to meet the varied needs of small companies. Windows 10 Pro helps to effectively and
efficiently manage their devices and apps, protect their sensitive company information, support remote and mobile growth scenarios
and take advantage of cloud technologies. Windows 10 Pro devices are a fantastic choice for organizations supporting Choose Your
Own Device (CYOD) programs and prosumer customers. Windows 10 Pro also lets customers take advantage of the new Windows Update for
Business, which will reduce management costs, provide controls over upgrade installation, offer faster access to security updates
and provide access to the most recent innovation from Microsoft in an ongoing basis.
Additional information can be found on Microsoft’s site [http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/features].
- Windows Hello takes a technical, illuminated infrared camera for facial recognition or iris detection or a fingerprint reader
that supports the Windows Biometric Framework.
So long Media CenterWindows Media Center is no longer accessible with Windows 10, thus in the event that you want to use
Microsoft’s solutions you’ll have to opt for Windows 7 or 8.1 Pro. Here is some further information.
All versions of Windows 7 comprise Windows Media Center that’s a great way to watch and record terrestrial or satellite TV (in
combination with a TV tuner card), in addition to watching movies, viewing photographs and listening to audio. Windows 8.1 doesn’t
contain Media Center. It can be added to Windows 8.1 Pro just for a minimal charge by asking a product key on the Microsoft
website [http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows-8/feature-packs]. Adding Media Center to Windows 8.1 Pro also gives you the
capability to play DVD films. We recommend Windows 8.1 Guru for Media Center use rather than Windows 7 because it has more
features, faster performance and also will likely be better future-proofed. Please notice: The Media Center key cited earlier is
only compatible with the Pro version of Windows 8.1.
The hottest are MediaPortal [http://www.team-mediaportal.com/] and Kodi [http://kodi.tv/] (officially known as XBMC). Both
programs offer the facility to do precisely (and much more) exactly what Windows Media Center does, though some configuration is
necessary through plugins (add-ons) supplied by both MediaPortal and Kodi. Both pieces of software are available source so they’re
free for individual use and they can be used with any Windows operating system, even Windows 10.