Windows 10 is more personal and productive, with voice, pen and gesture inputs for natural interaction with PCs. It’s designed to work with Office and Skype and allows you to switch between apps and stay organized with Snap and Task View. Windows 10 offers many innovative experiences and devices, including the following:
• Cortana, the personal digital assistant, makes it easy to find the right information at the right time. • New Microsoft Edge browser lets people quickly browse, read, and mark up and share the Web. • The integrated Xbox app delivers the Xbox experience to Windows 10, bringing together friends, games and accomplishments across Xbox One and Windows 10 devices. • Continuum optimizes apps and experiences beautifully across touch and desktop modes. • Built-in apps including Photos; Maps; Microsoft’s new music app, Groove; and Movies & TV offer entertainment and productivity options. With OneDrive, files can be easily shared and kept up-to-date across all devices. • A Microsoft Phone Companion app enables iPhones, Android or Windows phones to work seamlessly with Windows 10 devices. • The all new Office Mobile apps for Windows 10 tablets are available today in the Windows Store. Built for work on-the-go, the Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps offer a consistent, touch-first experience for small tablets. For digital note-taking needs, the full-featured OneNote app comes pre-installed with Windows 10.
Fitness trackers never looked so good. On the outside UP2™ is the thinnest, sleekest, most style-savvy tracker out there. On the inside, Smart Coach generates fitness insights and activity plans that make reaching your goals that much easier. And with a full week of battery life you'll be charging less, and living better.
Whether we admit it or not, we’re in a serious relationship with our smartphones. That relationship, however, is often one-sided. Motorola surveyed 7,112 adults in seven countries1 to understand the good, bad and awkward relationships that people have with their phones.