Get to know Windows 10Since Surface Pro 4 has an infrared (IR) camera, you can set up Windows Hello to sign in just by looking at the screen. If you have the Surface Pro 4 Type Cover with Fingerprint ID (sold separately), you can set up your Surface sign you in with a touch. The others Windows 10 family is HUAWEI MateBook with 8GB LPDDR3 & up to 512GB high-speed SSD. Equipped with a 6th Gen Intel® Core™ m7 dual-core processor that clocks in at a blazing fast 3.1 GHz, you can easily organize, prioritize, and visualize every part of your life with ease.
Go to Start with Windows 10
At the lower left of the Start menu, you'll find quick links to File Explorer, Settings, Power (shut down, sleep, and restart), and All apps.
The apps you've used most often appear at the upper left.
Your name and profile picture appear at the top of the left side. Select them to change your account settings, lock the screen, or sign out.
Tiles on Start act as quick links to apps. You can rearrange, resize, add, and remove tiles whenever you want.
Windows 10 Action center
Swipe in from the right edge of the screen or select Action center in the taskbar to open the Action center. Here you can adjust common settings like Wi-Fi connections or screen brightness, open OneNote, create a wireless connection to another screen, and more. If there are notifications waiting for you, they appear at the top of the Action center.
Windows 10 Search
Task view and virtual desktops
Swipe in from the left edge of the screen or select Task view from the taskbar to see all your open apps. Select an app to focus on or close an app by clicking the X in the upper-right corner of the app.
While you're in Task view, you can create a new virtual desktop by selecting New desktop in the lower-right corner. Each Windows 10 virtual desktop can have its own set of open apps. To switch between desktops, open Task view and select a desktop.
Windows 10 Settings
Go to Start , and select Settings for access to all your settings. Windows 10 Updates gives you absolutely the best experience for doing what you do. Stay focused with easy ways to snap apps in place and optimize your screen space for getting things done. See your open tasks in a single view and create virtual desktops to gain space or group things by project, like Office apps for work and games for play. Advertisement