In the year 2017, the Windows update provide surprising new features to Windows 10 users. The update was quite a big deal for the operating systems with over 400 million users, but the gist of it is taking aim at gamers and creator. One of the well known features is the Paint 3D, which is very much what it sounds like while the rest of Windows 10 has a unified approach with ink (pen integration). Smaller but still powerful features, like the game model aim to even optimize a PC’s gaming potential (though parts of that are up for debate).
There are rumors that users of Windows 10t tend to switch to other operating system because sometime, the screen will go to blue screen saying that there is an error. Good news is that there are already ways on how to troubleshoot this. There are numerous sites that provide sufficient information on what to do when this kind of problem arise. One of the helpful sites is the https://www.meltcomics.com/.
If you don’t have a pen or a touchscreen with a Windows machine, then this doesn’t apply to you — but nearly every new Windows machine actually worth buying either has a touchscreen, pen or both, so it just might.
There is a new app that might make pen users giddy and that is the new Paint 3D app. It’s believed to be a very powerful creation tool where you will be able to create 3D objects in to 3D ones. If you think you are not that artistic, Microsoft can link the apps to some online commutation site of 3D objects that can be downloaded, shared or edited. Though, I’d say the cherry on top is 3D printing support, so your creations can actually reach the third dimension.
So, here’s the thing: the replacement for Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, was in need of viability. You read a lot in a browser, so Microsoft thought it would be great to make Edge the default app for viewing PDFs and books. Another neat feature (and smart take on tab management), is the “set these tabs aside” option