Nt1110 Lab 1.1

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For this lab I will be using my home laptop. When purchasing this computer I thought it was a very nice computer. However after doing this lab and looking into what runs this computer I am beginning to think I may have overpaid. That just goes to show that you cannot trust salesman!
This HP laptop was purchased running Windows 7 as the operating system.. However roughly two months after purchase I received a notification that I could receive a Windows 10 download for free. So as of now the computer is running Windows 10 for the operating system. One of the first things I’ve noticed with Windows 10 is the start menu. With the improved start menu you can pin app tiles right on the start menu, including live tiles! I just began realizing how nice of a feature this is. Windows 10 also has an action center which is carried over from the Windows phone. With the action center you configure the options on how you want notifications from apps as well as what functions you want to be able to have access to quick toggle on and off! Windows 10 also introduced Cortana, which is a digital personal assistant. Cortana is a search engine and so much more. With Cortana I can send emails using my voice with no extra program needed for voice recognition. It can notify me on when to leave home for work or meetings/calendar events. I think one of the features I really like is that I can launch apps with voice recognition. By just saying “hey Cortana, launch Microsoft word”. Another feature Microsoft 10 introduced is a brand new web browser called Microsoft Edge. From my experience so far I would say that Edge is very efficient. Unlike Chrome that has becoming frustrating to use with all the Chrome Apps and add-ons.
This laptop is running with 4GB of ram. I’ve noticed with being back in school and doing research that at times I have so many programs open that 4GB of ram may not be…...

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