Windows 10 ushered in several new features. The Start Menu made a welcome return, and Microsoft introduced us to the Cortana personal assistant and replaced the ageing Internet Explorer with a flashy new browser called Microsoft Edge.
Around 270 million people had made the transition to Windows 10 at the last count. It's important that we all know how to get the most out of the still relatively new OS, so we've provided a selection of tips, tricks, fixes and tweaks.
10. Gain quick access to settings
If you're already familiar with Windows 8 you might have come across this one. Right-click the Start Menu to reveal a handy sub-menu containing many of Windows' most widely used settings.
Alternatively, it can be launched using Windows Key + X. Turning off the PC or signing out can also be done from here.
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