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Software The double-headed diagonal arrow in the top-right corner expands the Start menu to fill the full screen. A separate option, called Tablet Mode, also expands the Start screen but makes additional changes designed to make Windows 10 more usable on tablets and hybrid PCs. Figure 1-3 shows Tablet Mode in action.

Software Several navigation elements that were added to Windows 8 have been removed for Windows 10. The Charms menu is gone, replaced on the right side of the screen by an Action Center that shows notifications and includes shortcuts to common tasks. Likewise, the Windows 8 navigation controls based on aiming a mouse pointer at corners are replaced by a new Task View, which also supports multiple virtual desktops

Software Anyone migrating to Windows 10 from Windows 7 should pay special attention to a new user account type, introduced in Windows 8. Signing in with a Microsoft account instead of a local account provides tightly integrated support for cloud-based services, along with easy synchronization of settings and apps between devices.

Software The list of settings that can be synchronized includes the layout of the Start screen as well as apps; previously purchased apps can be automatically downloaded and installed from the Store when you sign in with a Microsoft account on a new device. This feature makes it possible to roam easily between devices, with personal settings, apps, and browser tabs, history, and favourites available from each device on which you sign in using a synced Microsoft account. In an enterprise setting, Windows 10 will include provisioning features that allow IT pros to manage this process

Software One of the key features planned for Windows 10 is integrated access to cloud-based file storage in OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. Microsoft announced plans to release a unified synchronization utility that will handle both services, but that tool is not yet available for the Windows 10 Preview.

Software In enterprise deployments, you can link a Windows domain account with a Microsoft account to allow robust security and effective network management while still getting the benefits of synchronization with a Microsoft account

Software Windows 10 includes support for virtually all desktop applications that are compatible with Windows 7. It also supports the latest generation of Windows apps (sometimes referred to as modern apps), which debuted in Windows 8 and have evolved significantly since that time. These apps are distributed through the Windows Store.

Software In Windows 8 and 8.1, modern apps run in one of two modes: full-screen, or snapped to the side of the display. In Windows 10, these apps can run in a window. Figure 1-5, for example, shows a preview release of Microsoft Excel running in a resizable window on a Windows 10 PC.

Software As is the case with most modern apps, the Excel Preview (and its Office-mates Word and PowerPoint, which are also available as preview releases) is designed to deliver an excellent experience on touchscreen devices with small screens. These modern apps don’t have the full feature set of their Windows desktop counterparts, but they’re surprisingly useful nonetheless.

Software the Windows Store is in the process of being completely redesigned for Windows 10. In builds up to and including the March Update, the original Store and the new Store (labeled as “Beta”) coexist side by side. Figure 1-6 shows a typical listing in the new Store, which has a cleaner design and offers a broader variety of products than just apps

Software The new browser was not in early builds of the Windows 10 Technical Preview, making its first appearance (with an incomplete feature set) in April 2015. However, Microsoft has demonstrated its features publicly and has described its long-term goals. As Figure 1-7 shows, the “Project Spartan” browser has an uncluttered, touch-friendly interface with a few hidden features that include the ability to annotate webpages and integrate with Cortana, the Windows 10 personal assistant.

If you’re wondering what happened to Internet Explorer, you’re not alone. Many line-of-business apps in enterprise deployments require Internet Explorer. Some apps require versions older than Internet Explorer 11, which will be the only supported version as of January 2016

As an IT pro, your first concern is, of course, the users you support. How much training will they need? Which of your business applications will run problem-free, and which will require modification or replacement? How much effort will a widescale deployment require? And most important of all, can you keep your business data and your networks secure and available?

Those questions become even more important to ask when users bring in personal devices— smartphones, tablets, and PCs—and expect those devices to shift between business apps and personal tasks with as little friction as possible. That flexibility has become so common in the modern era that the phenomenon has a name, “consumerization of IT.” To users, the strategy is known by a more colorful name: Bring Your Own Device

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