Learn More About Windows 10 with this Microsoft IT Showcase Presentation Microsoft

Learn More About Windows 10 with this Microsoft IT Showcase Presentation

Many of us are already aware of Windows 10 and what its new feature set is all about compared to its predecessors like Windows 7 and 8.1 however, if you need to educate your manager or others in your organization about the operating system and its features then having some direct gouge from from the company that built the OS is very handy.

In this case, the recently updated Getting to Know Windows 10 presentation from the Microsoft IT Showcase is information rich about the features and capabilities of Windows 10.

This 46 page (12MB) PowerPoint presentation is the perfect tool for educating others about Windows 10 and it is broken down into the following areas:

Feature Highlights

  • Start Menu
  • How to Search
  • Using Tiles
  • Task View
  • Virtual Desktops
  • Windows Behavior in Modern Apps
  • Charms Functionality in Modern Apps
  • Snap Enhancements
  • Quick Access Tools


  • What can Cortana do?
  • Cortana's Notebook

Microsoft Edge

  • Hub
  • Web Notes
  • Reading List

Setting Things Up

  • Set up your email and calendar
  • Change your account picture
  • Protect your PC

Using Microsoft Office 365 with Windows 10

  • Access your email
  • Use Office 365 on mobile devices
  • Use Office 365 with OneDrive for Business
  • Sign in to Office 365
  • Create a file
  • Share a file
  • Synchronize a file

Personalization and Settings

  • A new look
  • Personalize your lock screen
  • Get started with themes
  • Change your desktop background and color

If you are considering a migration to Windows 10 and need a tool to help your users become more familiar with the operating system then this free resource from the Microsoft IT Showcase is just the tool to help with that process.

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