Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 Home is rated2.4 out of5 by1043.
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£119.99 incl. VAT

Windows 10 is your partner in making things happen. Get fast start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done even across multiple devices. You’ll also love the innovative features like an all-new browser built for online action, plus Cortana, the personal digital assistant who helps you across your day.

Windows 10 is your partner in making things happen. Get fast start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done even across multiple devices. You’ll also love the innovative features like an all-new browser built for online action, plus Cortana, the personal digital assistant who helps you across your day.

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Windows 10 is your partner in making things happen. Get fast start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done even across multiple devices. You’ll also love the innovative features like an all-new browser built for online action, plus Cortana, the personal digital assistant who helps you across your day.

Windows 10 is your partner in making things happen. Get fast start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done even across multiple devices. You’ll also love the innovative features like an all-new browser built for online action, plus Cortana, the personal digital assistant who helps you across your day.

 

 

Overview

The Best Windows yet

Windows 10 is designed to go with you seamlessly from one device to another. It's fast and responsive. You even get free chat or phone support from real people. With Windows 10, it’s easier than ever to do great things.

It just works

It just works

Windows 10 combines the Windows you already know and adds great improvements you’ll love. Technologies like InstantGo1 let you boot up and resume quickly. And Windows 10 has more built-in security features than ever to help protect against malicious software.

Multi-doing

Multi-doing

Multi-task like a master with the ability to snap four things on the screen at once. Screen getting crowded? Create virtual desktops to get more space and work with just the items you want. Plus, all your notifications and key settings are collected on one easy-to-reach screen.

Microsoft Edge

It’s the all-new browser designed to make the web work the way you do. Write or type directly on webpages and share your mark-ups with others. You’ll like the reading view that clears away distractions. There’s also an improved address bar to help you find things faster.

Continuum

Continuum

The best screen is always the one you’re on, because Windows 10 optimizes your experience for your activity and device. Onscreen features adapt for easy navigation and apps scale smoothly from the smallest to the largest displays.2

Uniquely yours

Your Windows 10 device recognizes you and acknowledges your presence in truly personal ways. With Windows Hello, your device greets you by name and lights up in recognition, waving you through log-in and freeing you from having to remember or type in a password.3

Gaming & Xbox

Gaming & Xbox

Play your Xbox One games on your Windows 10 PC, laptop, or tablet. Use the Game DVR feature to record your greatest hero moves and send to your friends instantly, without leaving your game.4

Cortana

Cortana

Cortana is your truly personal digital assistant who works across all your Windows 10 devices to help you get things done. By learning more about you over time, Cortana becomes more useful every day, staying transparent and keeping your trust.5

Requirements

Required Processor

1 GHz processor or faster

Required Memory

1 GB RAM for 32-bit; 2 GB for 64-bit

Required Hard Disk Space

Up to 20 GB available hard disk space

Required video card

800 x 600 screen resolution or higher. DirectX® 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver

Required connectivity

Internet access (fees may apply)

Other System Requirements

Microsoft account required for some features. Watching DVDs requires separate playback software

Additional system requirements

You must accept the enclosed License Terms, also at microsoft.com/useterms

Activation required • Single license • 32 & 64-bits on USB 3.0 included

Ratings and reviews

Rated 1 out of5 by fromBuggy, slow, frustratingHad windows 8.1 pre-installed on a new gaming laptop. Got an offer to upgrade to WIndows 10 for free because it was "much better".It's menus are terrible, many great functions from 8.1 removed and a lot more menues has arrived in 10. You have like 3-4 different menus that are almost the same but not entirely the same. f.eks network settings. It is impossible to know where to look for things. SOme menus are from windows 8, some from 8.1, some from windows 7 and some from windows 10.I would like to downgrade (upgrade) back to Windows 8.1 but I can't find out how since 30 days has passed since I upgraded.Microsoft, you disappoint me very much...
Date published: 2015-12-13
Rated 1 out of5 by fromMy feel windows 8.1 was far betterHmm i upgraded with a media creation tool , after upgrading it told windows is not activated, it reduced my battery life on my HP Pavillion 15. before the upgrade from windows 8.1 to windows 10 my battery life stood upto 4 hours minimum but after upgrade it reduced my battery life upto 1 hour maximum, Is that fair. Perfomance reduced a lot; Boot speed before upgrade from 8.1 to 10 was very fast, but now it takes atleast 5 minutes, 1st appears a BLACK SCREEN then PLEASE WAIT for 3 minutes then comes the password menu Horrible.There is some over heating issues in my laptop after upgrading. NOW I DOWNGRADED TO WINDOWS 8.1 NOW I DONT HAVE ANY PROBLEMS.
Date published: 2015-11-14
Rated 3 out of5 by fromoverall OK failed on Surface large file tfrDownloaded onto Surface i7 but have had to revert to 8.1 as the Surface Ethernet driver appears unable to handle large files (Use SyncToyCmd at startup to backup Outlook pst file to NAS). Additionally, USB 3.0 driver on the Docking station cannot handle Western Digital USB 3.0 hard drive.. Also I liked the Windows 7 and 8 application search from the start button that seems to have gone. Did not find it before having to revert. Have since also had a hardware problem on the Surface docking station; whether this was triggered by the Windows 10 upgrade I do not know. Maybe just a coincidence though timing is suspicious, recommend do not upgrade YET.
Date published: 2015-09-12
Rated 1 out of5 by fromLooks great but very bad performanceI upgraded to Windows 10 from 8.1 to sotp the Nagging. The system now is very slow to start up and will not stay in Sleep mode at night.I went back to Windows 8.1 but several of my programs would no longer run and I kept getting new problems. I went back to Windows 10 and I like its appearance but he performance is terrible.It put on maintenance without asking and causes my applications to fail until I rebuild and restart the system.I have a Toshiba 4K touch screen notebook, I7-4710HQ processor, 16 GB RAM, 1TB storage and Gigabyte Network.I would really like to go back to Windows 7 with drivers to support my hardware.
Date published: 2016-01-24
Rated 1 out of5 by fromMice no longer workI tried "upgrading" my Mac's bootcamp copy of Windows 7 to 10 but scrolling does not seem to be a thing in Windows 10. Using the touchpad, a logitech wireless mouse, a Microsoft mouse and an old USB mouse and 2 days worth of tech support, driver updates and bootcamp updates and nothing. I remember acutely why I got rid of all my Windows PC's in the first place. The only reason I have Windows on this thing in the first place is so I can play Elite Dangerous. Fortunately I can reboot into OSX and blow Windows off this thing. Unfortunately now I have to re-download a gazillion Windows 7 updates if I want to get Elite Dangerous back. Since
Date published: 2015-12-23
Rated 3 out of5 by fromMixed BagI updated a Transformer tablet device from Windows 8.1. Really glad to see the Start button back. I use this device a lot to look at photos, and the Win 8 version of Photo was good for this. However, the new one needs a re-think. You can no longer sort by Folder, which makes it almost unusable. I saw a picture of what must have been a beta in a review, and the feature was there, so why on earth did you remove it.Windows 10 is much better than 8.1, but then 8.1 was nearly as bad as Vista.I probable won't bother updating my Windows 7 computer, at least not until Service Pack 1 comes out.Would recommend if you have Windows 8, not if you have 7
Date published: 2015-08-14
Rated 1 out of5 by fromRidiculous!Let me start by saying I've run every version and loved Windows since windows 98, Windows 8 was overdone and felt more like a cell phone than an operating system, so I was reluctant to upgrade from Windows 7, but my computer did it while I was at work....unhappy as I was I tried it out, every time I have to restart there is some update that takes FOREVER on a 6 core computer with 16 gigs of ram and a fast hard drive/Internet connection...or it gets stuck on a black loading screen overnight and I have to restart and go through boot menus, please go back to something closer to windows 7, this is the first review I've ever written in my life just because this OS is so bad....
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 2 out of5 by fromWindows 10 Update IssuesI upgraded to 10 the first week that it was offered. The first few months I was happy with the offering. It was fast and smooth... Then at some point after a few of the updates were automatically pushed to my machine, I started to get the new blue screen and multiple Bad Pool Header errors. This self corrected was okay again for about a month and then last night, another automatic update. Guess what, the new blue screen and another Bad Pool Header error message. I appreciate Microsoft's effort to improve Windows but this is turning out to not be an improvement. Windows 7 had ran flawlessly for years.
Date published: 2016-01-29
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