Why Windows 10 is better than Windows 8?

June 21, 2019

Has the PC market been down due to failure of Windows 8? Did Windows 8 fail because of Microsoft’s excessive drop in the PC market?

This is similar to the chicken or egg scenario, but the obvious thing is that Windows 8 was a big breakthrough!

In contrast, Windows 10 is a very powerful operating system. Especially when compared to its previous generation, Windows 8. In fact, the Windows 10 architecture combines the strengths of Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Of course, Windows 10 will still work on Windows templates and services provided by Microsoft on Windows 8, but does so in a way that remains loyal to the traditional desktop architecture of the old Windows.

Changes in Windows 10 in the Start menu are just the beginning. It also brings many other great changes.
Let’s look at the significant improvements that Windows 10 has had with Windows 8.

1. The Start menu is back

Sure, the Start menu in Windows 10 is different from what you already know as the Start menu.

This menu is in fact a combination of the Start menu of Windows 7 and the Start page in Windows 8, which is completed with live tiles and Windows Store apps.

You can count the Start menu in Windows 10 as a dashboard.

In any case, the Start menu is back in Windows 10. If you do not need all the live tiles in this menu, you can delete them and instead use the shortcut for Windows applications you need in Windows.

2. Windows Store apps are similar to desktop apps

In Windows 8, the absence of the Start menu was just one of the problems that caused Windows to fail.

Another problem was the Windows Store apps design method.

In Windows 8, the apps in this store were on the Start screen, which were somehow inactive and unobtrusive.

These programs began to expand to fill the full screen, sometimes even in the taskbar.

Windows store programs with all the inefficiencies occupy all of the space, and the Start page lost space for the required blocks, and eventually Windows faced with a lack of information and scrolling over the mouse.

On Windows 10, Microsoft has moved these applications to desktop windows. These windows are functional, removable and resizable, which allows you to integrate them into your work needs.

In Windows 8, the toolbar was also removed, which in Windows 10, this bar, along with the Start menu, was restored to Windows, and the Windows Store section was also better utilized thanks to its resizing and placement.

Many people have disabled the windows store apps on Windows 8, but on Windows 10 this is used on a daily basis. Small changes will become a big improvement, and Windows will return to its original.

3. Integration and user interface improvements

The interface previously known as Metro was much more integrated and improved in Windows 10.

On Windows 8, the desktop and the cabinet interface were not compatible. (For example, when you wanted to open a file, you would be sent to a fullscreen user interface application that was not in use on the desktop), but it’s compatible and integrated in Windows 10, the desktop and the user interface, mainly due to the Windows Store app and the improvements that In the Start menu, it is done.

Also, erasing the desktop border toolbar is another step towards improving Windows. Now, you have to use the Metro elements on your desktop, which is on the desktop and you do not need to use it elsewhere.

4. Convenient interface for the proper device

If you use Windows 10 on a smartphone or tablet, ignore all of the above.

Because each one has its own Windows 10 version, designed to display the right interface with their screen size. In fact, the Windows 10 screen on the tablet is much like the Windows 8 screen.

Microsoft tried to sell Windows 8 as an operating system for all devices, but did so in a way that would have coincided with the cable interface on Windows and the tablet, while the two devices were completely different from each other are.

Windows 10 changed the working formulas and allowed the computer interface to look like a computer, and the tablet interface worked like a tablet, which greatly improved the result.

But if you have a device that can run these two systems (computer and tablet) together, it will cover your Windows 10 Continuum mode.

Despite the common kernels in Windows 10 and the global applications of these windows, smartphones, if connected to an external display, can run Windows much like Windows 10 on personal computers.

5. DirectX12 software

In Windows 10, the focus was not on fixing Windows 8 design flaws. Microsoft is hoping to bring gamers sharply from Windows 7 to Windows 10 using DirectX12, a turbo-charged version of the popular Windows-based graphics technology.

DirectX12, like the previous AMD’s Mantle on Windows, allows users to improve their CPU utilization and improve hardware graphics developers.

Intel and Microsoft also conclude in the final conclusions that the frame rate used in a program run with the DX12 than the frame rate of implementing the same program with the DX11 can be increased by more than 50%, or, conversely, the division of power can be halved Find out

The initial test we tested on DirectX12 compared the testing of the API Overhead API features and the DMark3 combination showed that there is a potential leap in the DX12, which made the games that are new to the market to use the new API.

6. Virtual Desktop

Windows 8 crashes with the desktop as a standalone application. Windows 10 brings you multiple desktops using the new virtual desktop option. This is one of the most popular features in Linux and OS X operating systems.

Windows 10 supports several virtual desktops, which you can use to access multiple desktops through a hardware device.

Manage every desktop and its programs by tapping the Task View icon in the desktop taskbar.

If you do not have multiple monitors, virtual desktops can be very useful. You can assign one to social games for social networks, one for applications, and one for desktop. In this case, you never want to turn off your computer.

7. More tricks for the users

By using the Start menu, DirectX12 and virtual desktops, Microsoft strongly hopes to convince Windows PC users that use Windows 8 as a plague virus to escape from Windows 10. Therefore, Microsoft’s flattery does not end in its users.

Windows 10 brings up four distinct windows at the four corners of your screen by providing tricks that fit your fans’ various levels, from improved screen scrolling to enhancing speedy tools.

If Windows 8 was Microsoft’s unsuccessful attempt to gain the heart of mobile users, Windows 10 was an apology and greetings for computer enthusiasts.

8- Action Center

The Windows Phone 8 store may not be suitable for use with PCs, but a key advantage in which it was interesting was system notifications.

While in traditional Windows systems, apps tend to store their information in the program itself, and show the information to open it, Windows Store apps provide you with their information in notices at the far right of the screen.

For example, when you receive an email or a message on Twitter, a notification pops up on your screen. (Pop-up notification)

If you saw them, there was no problem. On Windows 8, after notifying notifications, they disappeared and no longer appeared, or you could not call them again.

Surely, you could theoretically view the lost notifications in their live tiles on the Windows 8 Start screen, but how many percent of people really paid attention to Windows 8 Startup ?!

Windows 10 has solved the Windows 8 problem by introducing its new notification center, which appears on the right side of the toolbar. The notifications you have received are there until you delete them!

In this section, you can also find quick action buttons that allow you to quickly manage your Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or network, or put your computer in tablet or silent mode.

9- Cortana

The search function in Windows 8.1, with the help of Bing, uncovered the required information from the Internet, but the results were just an unpopular web search, and you had to go to the Start page to find an app. There was really no way to search for something on the desktop without the help of third-party software!

 

 

Cortana, the digital assistant who first appeared on Windows Phone 8.1,

replaces the Search Operator in Windows 10 and offers an excellent Windows 8.1 search experience.

Cortana has put its search bar inside the desktop taskbar,

which is now a big improvement to Windows.

Cortana is also designed by Bing,

but with machine learning it provides a personalized summary for your daily schedule.

Curtain also can display calendar details and provides news that she thinks may be appealing to you when opening the interface.

Cortana responds with voice commands as easily as typed commands, as well as understand natural language commands. For example, you can tell Cortana:

Take some examples of moon photos; your assistant even got oneDrive saved files in the results.

If you put your thoughts and information to Microsoft, Curtain will be very useful.

Remember to be sure to ask Corteona for Siri!

10. Windows Hi (Windows Hello)

Windows 8 has the usual authentication options. Options such as PIN code and password. There was nothing short but nothing else exciting.

Windows 10 supports a lot more things that are made for the two-step and biometric authentication

built into the Windows Hi-Fi feature.

This feature can also use depth sensor cameras to automatically log you in with the Face Detection system.

Mark Hachman has written his comment on PCWorld about Windows 10 after being used in a limited time:

Son, “hello” is great. You simply allow the machine to take a moment or two with a compact computer camera.

Afterwards,

when you sit in front of your computer, it recognizes your computer and you can login to your computer without any effort.

And if you share this computer with others in your family,

Hi will recognize them, automatically log them in and then automatically shut them off after leaving.

Face Detection is not a new feature, but working with Hello can be unique to anyone. Unfortunately, after installing the Windows 10 operating system, Windows Hello works with just a handful of computers.