Pictures from the Windows 10 Technical Preview on a Hyper-V virtual machine. 4Gb of RAM assigned to the virtual machine.
Download from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-technical-preview-for-enterprise
Support forums for Windows 10 at http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_tp?auth=1&linkId=9844212
A familiar installer
A new way to search.
A cleaner looking browser experience and in a window too !
The new Start Menu.
The new Alt-Tab experience.
New Explorer icons.
Add more Virtual Desktops
Windows 10 brings the wonders of Linux virtual desktops to Windows.
Grabbing the corner of the Start Menu allows you to resize it. The Live Tiles can also be moved around.
Much improved and more intuitive window snapping.
Classic and Metro (Universal) apps, side-by-side.
Apps can be moved between virtual desktops using the icon on the window.
Some nice window shadowing going on in Windows 10.
Some recently used apps auto-pin themselves to the Start Menu. OneNote in this case.
Interesting how the options for a Universal App dock inside the app window. Makes sense.
To open the options for a Universal App use the three “…” at the top left of the window. When it slides out from the far right of the screen some of the choices dock it into the currently focused app. Interesting behavior that makes sense quickly.
Microsoft get copy & paste right in a DOS window. Easy selecting of text, CTRL-C and CTRL-V.
Windows 10 command prompt gets native Find with CTRL-F.