Windows 10 introduces an updated Start Menu, new login methods, a better taskbar, a notification center, support for virtual desktops, the on October 1, 2014. Windows 10 succeeds Windows 8 and is currently the most recent version of Windows available.
Windows 10 was famously a free upgrade for Windows 7 and Windows 8 owners but that only lasted for one year, through July 29, 2016. Two versions of Windows 10 are available: If you're upgrading from Windows 8 or Windows 7, make sure you've applied all the updates available for that version of Windows before starting the upgrade. The Start Menu in Windows 8 was a lot to deal with for a lot of people.
In Windows 10, Metro apps are launched directly on the desktop and give users the possibility to run them without the need to access the Start screen, so the Metro version of Skype could be even more appealing for many adopters.
And still, the recently-released builds of Skype for Windows 10 do not work as expected and crash all of a sudden due to what seems to be a compatibility issue with the new operating system.
All feedback-collecting platforms have been very successful until now, so expect more such workarounds and bug fixes to be provided in the coming months.
Windows 10 is the newest member of the Microsoft Windows operating system line.
Windows 10 reverted back to a Windows 7-style Start Menu but also includes smaller tiles - the perfect mix of both.For beginners, Active Web Cam offers a wizard that will help get your webcams set up.The configuration options are pretty diverse, and you can even create a webpage with customized colors and fonts where you can post the videos you've recorded.There's also a central notification center in Windows 10, similar to the notification center common on mobile devices and other operating systems like mac OS and Ubuntu.
Overall, there are also tons of apps that support Windows 10.
Windows 10 is still a work in progress and Microsoft is working to address all the bugs that users find in the operating system, so it’s no surprise that company employees come up with workarounds for the new OS every once in a while.