According to Microsoft, Windows 10 is familiar and easy to use.
The great news is that it includes an improved Start menu and has been designed to start-up and resume at lightning speed. Whilst there are many new innovations, we are excited about Microsoft Edge – an all-new browser to replace Internet Explorer 11. We were able to get our hands on a copy of the beta version of Windows 10 and can confirm that Zylpha document bundling is fully operational with this latest version.
Zylpha Electronic Document Bundling is supported by Zylpha on the following editions of Windows 10:
Zylpha Electronic Document Bundling is supported on the in-market supported servicing branches of Windows 10 including:
Windows 10 is designed to be more user-friendly, flexible, and efficient than its predecessors. It introduces many new features and improvements compared to its predecessors, including:
The Start Menu returns, with a more customisable layout that includes live tiles for quick access to apps and information.
Users can create multiple virtual desktops, each with its own set of open windows and applications, providing more screen space and organisation.
It includes a new web browser called Microsoft Edge, which is designed to be faster and more streamlined than Internet Explorer.
Cortana, Microsoft's virtual assistant, is integrated into Windows 10, providing voice-activated access to information and personalised assistance.
There's a new model for apps, known as Universal Apps, which can run on all Windows 10 devices, including PCs, tablets, and smartphones.
There is a new feature called Continuum, which allows 2-in-1 devices to switch between tablet and desktop modes automatically based on the presence of a keyboard.
There is a new Action Center, which consolidates notifications and quick actions in one place for easy access.
There is a new version of DirectX, DirectX 12, which improves graphics performance and efficiency for gaming and other graphics-intensive applications.