Windows 10 Video Shows Continuum, Cortana, Built-in Apps and Spartan Browser in Action

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Only yesterday we shared with you a video showcasing the main new features introduced in Windows 10. And now it seems that Microsoft has decided to release another video which coincides with the release of the newest Windows 10 build.
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Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore appears in a new video that you can see below, detailing the most important features in Windows – Continuum, Cortana, the default built-in apps – Xbox, Maps, Mail and others, as well as discusses the new Project Spartan browser. Have a look at more for yourself.

Windows 10 seems to be an amazing step forward, and if you ask me, what I am most excited about is Cortana. I have been looking forward to such a feature for far too long, so I’m happy that the feature is finally going to make its way into desktop devices. Leave your comment below and let us know what’s your take on this.

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