Windows 10 first major update

Windows 10’s first major update, codenamed Threshold 2 and real-named Build 10586, is now available to Windows 10 users (if you don’t have it yet, go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for updates) or simply tap the windows key on your keyboard and type “update” then click on “Check for updates”. The updated includes visual tweaks, performance fixes, new functionality for Cortana, and, of course, there may be some glitches. (On one computer, it took a few tries to install it but we finally got there)

One of the updated features includes a Bigger, possibly Better Windows 10 START MENU. You can now add a forth column to the right side of the Start Menu. You can do this by going to Settings > Personalization > Start and turning on Show more tiles. Windows 10’s Start menu also now supports 2048 tiles instead of the measly 512 tiles allowed in previous versions. Not sure sure if you want 2048 tiles, but hey, for those who do, you are going to absolutely love this!!



More tricks and tips to come. Stay tuned.