A few months ago, I was looking at the new versions of Windows 10 for PCs, phones, tablets and the new Xbox One console.
The new version of Windows 7 was still a year away, and Windows 8.1 had just been released.
And then there was Windows 10.
Windows 10 is a software upgrade that includes a bunch of new features and features for your existing computer.
I had a hard time trying to figure out how many of those features were for Windows 7 or 8.x, but there were plenty of other new features.
If you’re a Windows user, you probably already know what to expect in Windows 10: more control over your desktop and apps, a few new features that can help you with things like background tasks and more.
But there are a few things I wanted to highlight that you might not have known.
Microsoft has built in the ability to control the default background color of Windows apps and apps in a few different ways.
For example, Microsoft is making some Windows 10 apps transparent in the default color, allowing you to turn on or off the background.
This is a big deal for Windows users who are used to the default black background, because it can make things hard to see and sometimes even make things inaccessible.
If you’ve got an Android phone or tablet, you can now use an app called “Turn Windows on” to turn off the default wallpaper in your phone or tablets app.
You can now choose a “New Background” icon in the taskbar.
This will open a dialog where you can specify what you want to turn the default Windows wallpaper to.
This can be pretty helpful if you have an Android device, but not so much for Windows phones.
This option can be turned on or turned off in the Windows 10 Settings app.