Re: Windows 10 Anniversary Update
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Hi, I’d just go to the desktop then do alt f 4 that would shut off the computer. I usually do that and I’m on 7. So if I ended up with ten. I’d be able to shut down from the desktop?
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Quentin Christensen
To be honest, one of the biggest changes I have found, is that the start menu is now three columns wide. The left column has user account / file explorer / settings / power, the middle column has recent apps then all apps (first letter navigation jumps straight to first app of that letter in full apps list), and the right column has the windows 8 style tiles. You can still only pin to the right column but at least you can press the context menu to get recent files for any program there now which is nice.
What annoys me is that to shut down from here involves:
2. tab (takes you to the left column first, if you'd press down arrow you'd have started moving down the middle app list column).
3. down arrow four times.
5. down arrow
If you want to do it quicker, you can press WINDOWS+X , press U then U again, or windows+m to go to desktop then alt+f4, or just press the power button on your machine (I know that last one is easiest of all, I've just never got into the habit of doing it as that used to be strongly avoided due to data loss :)
There's a new dark mode which you can get to without a registry hack now which affects mostly just settings but does make it a bit easier for some.
On Tue, Jul 26, 2016 at 1:39 AM, Steve Hoad <mainefun40@...> wrote:
This is a major update for Windows 10 being released August 2. I know