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November 17, 2015

With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft hopes to win the heart of many desktop or PC users which Windows 8 had lost in great numbers back when it was introduced in late 2012.

Microsoft declared during the company’s presentation that its next operation system would get a class of latest and returning features. These features will include a restored Start menu, a Notifications Center, a version of the Cortana voice, the ability to run multiple virtual desktops concurrently, and many more.

The fresh Start menu provides a variety of familiarity that exists on two phases. In the first one, the Windows 10 Start menu delivers the ability to search and find through your list of programs, apps and utilities. The Start menu in Windows 10 appears like it’s the progeny of the Start menu of past years, and the tiled Metro user interface from Windows 8.

On the right of list of programs and apps, users can include tiled shortcuts to any Windows Metro applications of your choice. The tiled shortcuts can be easily re-sized and moved around. If you would like to have bigger icons in “Start” menu, the menu itself will get enlarge horizontally to adjust them appropriately.

Moreover, Windows 10 has the ability to run multiple desktops on the same PC using a feature named as Task View. When you open it, all you have to do is open a new desktop. Click a black rectangle using a plus sign on it. Once more desktops are open, they will look like separate tiles at the bottom of your screen and arranged in horizontal fashion.

When Exchange Server 2016 was introduced at Ignite some of its capabilities were also revealed there. Now, the users can install the bits themselves and get practical experience with the latest element of the Exchange family.

This version of Exchange Server is special as it was developed in the cloud. Microsoft had been trying for the past several months to add up these capabilities and deliver them on-premises.

The architecture of Exchange server 2016 is an advancement of what was given in Exchange 2013. It is reflecting the best methodologies of the Exchange Preferred Architecture, and also showing the ways they use Exchange in Office 365.

The Mailbox server and client access roles have been mixed, offering a standard building element for developing Exchange environment. For businesses, keeping email up and running is a major responsibility, so they have invested to help you run Exchange with less effort and higher reliability.

Depending on Office 365 learnings, they have worked on hundreds of reliability and performance fixes and made improvements to Exchange 2013. Exchange 2016 incorporates all of those improvements, for sure, but it goes further.

As part of their ongoing effort to provide users with an excellent web experience, they have made vital updates to Outlook Web App. It’s advanced features include Pin, Sweep, Undo, inline reply, a fresh single-line inbox view, ability to suggest new time for meeting invites, enhanced HTML, ability to paste inline images, better formatting controls, new themes etc.

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