Microsoft are soon to launch the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to all those who have updated to Windows 10. Whilst Windows 10 is no longer free, for those who did just make it through the 12 month free upgrade
Bryan Roper kicks off a collection of Windows 10 Anniversary Update videos off with a quick video highlighting the main features coming to the Anniversary Update for Windows 10.
Bryan is joined by Li-Chen Miller to highlight to range of new features coming to Ink on Windows 10.
Bryan is joined by Katharine Holdsworth to show off a new feature called Quick Assist. Quick Assist is an application built in to Windows 10 which allows two people to connect with each other to aid with help using your PC. Call it technical support for your friends. This allow you to mirror the screen of a fellow machine and show other users how to do things. Quick Assist also allows, during a Skype-like call, to make drawings on the screen to highlight to make things easier to do.
Bryan is joined by Brett Humphrey to discuss on the many ways of which Accessibility features have being improved through the Anniversary Update for Windows 10.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update is now available, the update will be prompted on your Windows 10 PC. If you have automatic updates installed, you will get Windows 10 Anniversary Update straight away.
Services such as Cortana may not be available on all PCs, requires a built in microphone to work successfully as well as an active internet connection.