[操作系统]Whats new in Windows 10 Enterprise with Microsoft Edge.(Windows 10 新功能)
What's new in Windows 10 Enterprise with Microsoft Edge
--带有Edge浏览器的Windows 10 企业版的新功能
What's new in Windows 10 Enterprise with Microsoft Edge? A lot! Designed for both touch and mouse users, it's also designed to be intuitive for both users of Windows 7 SP1 and users of Windows 8.1, incorporating the "best of both worlds" to enhance your experience and help you be more productive.
Windows 10 Enterprise offers many exciting features, including:
- The new Microsoft Edge browser is now your default browser. It helps you search online using the address bar; create a reading list for things you want to read later; view your favorites, reading list, browsing history, and current downloads in the Hub; take notes, write, doodle, and highlight directly on webpages; and enjoy a clean and simple layout with the Reading view. Cortana is also available right in the address bar to help you get things done faster and easier.
- If a page does not display correctly in the Microsoft Edge browser, you can select "Open with Internet Explorer" in the upper right corner to switch browsers and provide feedback on your experience at the same time.
- Cortana, your personal assistant, is now available on the desktop in the US, China, France, Italy, Germany and Spain. Just like in Windows Phone 8.1, she can display your daily routine, finance, food, music, news, sports, travel, weather, and more.
- Office Mobile (Universal) applications are now included for Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. These apps are touch-optimized and designed from the ground up to run on Windows 10 on a wide variety of devices.
- Updated Start menu. Similar to the rich menu experience you remember from Windows 7, the updated Start menu enables easy navigation of both desktop and modern applications; the ability to search files, apps, settings, and the web; access your apps, documents, pictures, and computer settings; log off or switch accounts; and more.
- Notification Center. Similar to the notification center that was introduced in Windows Phone 8.1, you now have a persistent list of notifications that you can view and address whenever you like. You can also access links for performing quick actions, such as turning Wi-Fi on or off.
- Task View. The Task View button on the task bar enables quick switching between all your open apps and files, similar to using the keyboard combination of Alt+Tab.
- Windows behavior for modern apps. Modern apps now behave more like traditional apps on the desktop, able to be resized and arranged in "windows" as well as in full screen mode. Move multiple modern apps at your convenience, or scan them all together at once. We also eliminated the Windows 8.1 Charms bar, relocating functionality such as Search, Share, Print, and Settings for modern apps to their respective title bars instead.
- Snap enhancements. Working from multiple apps at once becomes even easier and more intuitive thanks to improvements with Snap. Have up to four apps snapped on the same screen with a new quadrant layout. Snap apps to be different sizes with Smart Fill, and even have Windows suggest what other apps you have open to snap with Snap Assist.
- Network Flyout. Right-click on the network task icon and to access a network flyout instead of going to settings.
- Lock Screen UI. All the user accounts associated with the device are listed in lower left corner and the account cameo picture is now round.
- New shortcut locations within File Explorer. Finding recent files is easier than ever with new shortcuts for "Recent Files" and "Frequent Places" you've accessed.
- Filtered taskbars. Shows only windows on your current desktop by default, rather than across all desktops (global Taskbar).
- Virtual Desktop improvements let you drag a window to a virtual desktop and access multiple desktop experiences – and the apps on them – from the same Windows PC, so you can always access the files and apps you care about.