Although many are still using Windows 8.1 (and even older versions of Windows), the market share for Windows 10 is growing fast as individuals and organizations upgrade to the latest operating system from Microsoft. Below you’ll find some helpful resources for getting started with Windows 10 administration. And for those still using Windows 8.1, we have some resources below as well.
Windows 10 continues to evolve with new updates, fixes and changes rolling in on a regular basis since the operating system’s initial release in 2015. In fact, on March 26, Microsoft is set to end support for the original Windows 10 edition (version 1507), including security patches. And Microsoft has plenty more improvements in store for Windows 10 systems planned. The Anniversary Updatebrought with it major improvements in biometric security, touch support, networking, voice control, the Edge browser and most interestingly, Linux support on Windows 10 (yes, hell has frozen over and pigs now fly).
The Creators Update included 3D versions of PowerPoint and Paint. It brought features such as the Unified Updated Platform to reduce the size of update downloads across tablets, smartphones, tablets, PCs, IoT devices and Hololens. It also brought a Twitch-like streaming feature for Xbox Live, among other things.
The Fall Creators Update, which launched in September 2017 launched Windows AutoPilot Deployment Program and Windows AutoPilot, which make deployment easier. The Fluent Design System makes interactive with interacting with your machine more intuitive and human. Windows Fall Crator also adds the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection suite of tools for isolating potential malware and exploits downloaded by the browser.
Originally Posted @ Tom’s IT PRO