An internet user just can’t find a news these days without going through one about Microsoft Windows 10, the most hyped operating system in the series.
The fact that this finally makes metro apps run in desktop mode, has a wide range of performance improvements and allows users to enjoy some convenient features on their touch screen laptops makes it worth the hype. After all, Microsoft has always got their second iteration right. If you don’t agree, look at Windows XP, Windows 7 and now we have Windows 10! Catch the trend, right?
While it might be really offensive for some people, some may find it useful especially when they have to show their finger to someone who annoyed them too much. Windows 10 comes with a new set of emojis and one of them shows the middle finger, which obviously is a familiar sign for every adult on the planet.
It is a reverse handed, middle finger emoji which is available in a wide range of colors including grey to light and dark brown among other variants. You can choose the pick based on your individual preference but they can never match a real human hand.
Media Center – RIP
Media Center which allowed users to easily enjoy using their Windows PCs as a HTPC for their television has been removed in Windows 10. You have to go with the XMBC, Plex or some other interface. Microsoft didn’t comment whether this could come back in the final build but at the moment, it is out of the operating system.
Revamped Volume Bar and Settings
The entire settings page and volume bar among many other aspects of the upcoming OS has been revamped to match the metro interface. Everything now has a new icon, better colors, look flat and is no longer the boring design that you have seen in older windows versions. The technical build has been updated with these of which you can see the screenshots here.