Windows 10 vs Windows 8.1

Windows 10 vs Windows 8.1

Since Microsoft released Windows 10 in July 2015, uptake of the new operating system has been rapid. Millions of desktops and laptops around the world made the leap to Windows 10 and, as you’re reading this, I’m guessing you haven’t decided to join the 200 million Windows 10 users.

By not upgrading, you’re seriously missing out on some of the best features Windows has to offer and, simultaneously, delaying the inevitable. In fact, the only reasonable explanation for not making the shift is because you’re a business user. As far as this article goes, we’ll only be looking at why Home and Pro users should make the shift.

For those who will wade in with various problems and issues that are holding you back, most of those are easily solvable thanks to the customisable nature of Windows 10. Read our guide to Windows 10 to understand more about why upgrading makes sense.

Here are five reasons why you should throw away Windows 8.1 and join the world of Windows 10.

  1. Windows 10 vs Windows 8.1: The return of the Start menu
  2. Turbo-powered multitasking
  3. Deep-level Cortana integration
  4. Microsoft Edge browser
  5. Xbox and DirectX 12

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