In August, Microsoft pushed out the Windows 10 Anniversary update. So what’s new? Here are just a few of the new things you will find:
Cortana has had an update to compete with the other assistants out there. You can call her from the lock screen now. She can also push items to and from your mobile device (and is also available on Android.)
There was a hidden dark theme that the anniversary edition brought out into the open in settings.
The Edge browser will now support extensions. It will use Chrome-style extensions and can be installed through the Windows Store.
You will no longer see your email on the lock screen (unless you tell it to.)
Better battery options – can turn off applications temporarily if they use a lot of resources and aren’t currently being used.
Apps can take over when you visit a website.
The Victor Crew