The latest daily '10 Reasons to Upgrade" video promoting Windows 10 has gone live, ahead of its July 29 launch. This time, the focus is how Microsoft's next operating system will let its users do and see many things at once on the screen.
The video shows how Windows 10 apps can be snapped against each other in a variety of different ways and positions. It also showcased its multiple desktop support that allows users to switch between different desktop layouts on the fly.
The Action Center in Windows 10 is also shown off briefly in the promo video, which keeps track of notifications like Skype messages, emails, and if any apps need updating. Finally, the clip shows Task View, which will allow users to see any open apps in Windows 10 and switch between them.
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