Win­dows 10 crash course Mas­ter all the new and ex­ist­ing fea­tures of your PC with our 30-minute guide

Whether you’re new to Win­dows 10 or left bam­boo­zled by the lat­est fea­ture up­date, bring your core skillset up to speed

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Win­dows 10 has evolved con­sid­er­ably since it first made its de­but back in 2015. We’re about to re­ceive the fourth ma­jor up­date (likely named the Spring Cre­ators Up­date) and Win­dows 10 – or should that be Win­dows 10.3 go­ing on 10.4? – may not feel as fa­mil­iar as it did when it first was re­leased. And what if you’ve only just taken the plunge and up­graded from Win­dows 7 or 8.1? Win­dows 10 might feel like a whole dif­fer­ent op­er­at­ing sys­tem en­tirely.

The truth, of course, is that it’s still the Win­dows you know and love, but whether you’re brand new to Win­dows 10 or find­ing your­self in­creas­ingly con­fused by what’s been added, moved or re­moved since the last fea­ture up­date, we’ve got you cov­ered. In this es­sen­tial re­fresher guide, we’re go­ing to take you on a whis­tle-stop tour of what’s been added and im­proved since Win­dows 10 was first re­leased, and help you re­ori­ent your­self to make nav­i­gat­ing your desk­top, files, apps and more as sim­ple as Win­dows in­tends it to be.

Fi­nally, we’ll re­veal how to tweak Win­dows Up­date, en­sure your files are backed up, and pro­vide you with steps to fol­low should you need to roll back or re­store your PC to a work­ing state. Join us as we bring the es­sen­tial knowl­edge you need to make the most of Win­dows 10.

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