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Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit OEM System Builder
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- Expanded Start Menu
- Microsoft Edge Web Browser
- Cortana Personal Digital Assistant
- Snap Window Enhancements
- Multiple Virtual Desktops
- Action Center Icon
- Touch, Keyboard, & Mouse Support
- Cloud Connectivity
- Built-In Apps
- Windows Store
Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit OEM
- Start Menu
- Combining the strengths of Windows 8 and Windows 7, you get a familiar operating system with a hybrid Start Menu that contains your important content and frequently used programs. You can pin the apps and favorites so they’re ready and waiting for you.
- Microsoft Edge
- The Microsoft Edge web browser lets you write or type notes directly on webpages and share them with others. In addition, it allows you to read online articles free of distractions as well as save your favorite websites.
- Enhanced Viewing
- Snap up to four apps in place so you can see all open tasks in a single view. You can even create virtual desktops when you need more space or want to group apps or things by project.
- Windows Store
- All your purchases made on every Windows 10 device can be viewed in the Windows Store. You can access apps, games, music, movies, and TV shows on your compatible computer, tablet, or smartphone.
- With your virtual digital personal assistant enabled, you can get instant access to key actions with Cortana. It learns over time to better help you accomplish your tasks by delivering reminders at the right time and place.
- Multiple Ways to Interact with Your Computer
- Besides using a keyboard and mouse, Windows 10 supports touch features so you can write, tap, and scroll through what you’re doing.
- The Continuum feature allows you to easily switch from mouse and keyboard to touchscreen—and adjusts the OS to handle each scenario more efficiently. You simply plug or unplug your peripheral and choose your mode from a pop-up alert. When you only want touchscreen support, all apps go full screen and you can use gestures to navigate. When you go back to desktop mode with mouse and keyboard, apps revert to desktop windows and are more efficiently navigated with a keyboard and mouse. You can even attach a Windows 10 smartphone to an external monitor for a near-desktop experience.