Understanding Windows 10

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Windows 10 and Your Business


Microsoft’s most recent Windows operating system, Windows 10, is a fantastic tool that you can leverage for greater productivity. However, it is far more than just an expected upgrade to prior versions of the Windows operating system. Microsoft’s new OS significantly improves aspects where Windows 8 and 8.1 failed to provide the usability Microsoft was expecting.

Updating to the newest operating system can be a challenge to small and medium-sized business. That’s why MyTek wants to help you make the best decision possible for the future of your company’s technology systems. So let’s go over some of the new features and opportunities Windows 10 provides for small to midsized businesses.

Familiar Features have Returned

Since Windows 7 was by far one of their most popular interfaces, Windows 10 has taken much from that OS that users love. Combining them with the Metro-like interface that was carried by Windows 8. The Start menu, thankfully, has made its return being strangely absent from Windows 8, as well as the classic search function. The return of a familiar Windows interface dramatically reduces training for businesses, compared to using Windows 8 and 8.1. Even better, Windows 10 has been designed to work on all devices whether they are mobile or desktop, making the total experience more fluid and easy. But what are the big new features in the latest Windows OS?

New but Customizable Features

Windows 10 brings several new features to the table and offers a customization ability for others. For example, you can customize the applications that appear in the start menu and taskbar. Along the increased ability to customize the base settings, it carries a few new features and applications. Microsoft’s new browser Edge, which is now giving Google a run for its money, and a new desktop voice assistant Cortana that can also be found on Windows Phone.

Built-in Security Features

Windows 10 is the most secure Windows OS to date, designed with security as the main tenant to help protect you and your business in a increasing IT threat filled world. It contains biometric settings, cryptographic processing, identity protection, and hardware-based security features. All designed to protect users of of the current windows OS, with the most current and cutting edge security technology. Giving you confidence that your systems, augmented by your other IT security solutions, are secured and protected at all times. So with all of these awesome features and upgrades you will need a partner to help you get set up properly.

Let MyTek Setup Windows 10 Today

We’ve barely scratched the surface for reasons to use Windows 10. Utilizing this OS doesn’t have to be challenging, and MyTek’s professional technicians know all about the difficulties of upgrading to a new operating system. If you’re unsure of whether or not you should upgrade to Windows 10, give us a call at 623-312-2440. We’d be happy to discuss any and all concerns you have about your IT infrastructure and upgrading to new technology.



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