Software & Plug-ins - Windows 10 attracted users in droves with its friendly layout, streamlined performance, and powerful features. And now, upgrading is easier than ever with the Windows...
Software & Plug-ins - Windows 10 attracted users in droves with its friendly layout, streamlined performance, and powerful features. And now, upgrading is easier than ever with the Windows 10 flash drive. This USB 3.0 drive includes all the files you need for a 32-bit or 64-bit installation, along with one license for your PC or tablet. Whether you're a music producer or a gamer, Windows 10 Pro has something for everyone. Classic Windows users will love the return of the familiar Start menu. While modern users will enjoy the powerful Edge browser and Cortana voice command integration. Upgrading to Windows 10 makes you eligible for the latest updates from third-party DAWs and production apps, so don't delay - order your Windows 10 USB flash drive through Sweetwater today.Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Operating System at a Glance: Windows 10 flash drive includes software and license. Better performance for music and media production. Meet Cortana, your new digital assistant. Edge is a serious contender in the browser race. Return of the Start menu: familiar, just evolved. Action Center keeps all your reminders in one place. Seamless integration across 2-in-1s. Xbox and Cortana integration provide a better gaming experience. The most secure Windows OS to date. Performance enhancers (the good kind) abound. Differences between Windows 10 Pro and Home versions. Windows 10 flash drive includes software and licenseWhether you're performing a fresh install or upgrading from your current Windows OS, the Windows 10 flash drive is the easiest, most secure method. Both the license and software are included on the drive, so there's no need to keep track of codes or installation discs. The included USB 3.0 drive is rated to meet current computer standards, and includes both 32-bit and 64-bit operating system versions. Note that the upgrade option is not possible from Windows Vista.Better performance for music and media productionWindows 10 is sleek and stable and ready for media production without tweaks. Not to mention that upgrading keeps you up to date with your favorite DAWs, video editors, notation softwares, and production tools. If you've been leary of switching or updating operating systems, take it from Sweetwater: now is a great time to make the move.Meet Cortana, your new digital assistantCortana is the HAL or MU-TH-UR behind Windows 10. Only less sinister (we hope). Not only does she listen and respond to voice commands in real time: What's the weather like? Who won the most gold medals in the Rio Olympics? Send an email to Bob. Set an alarm for 5:30. But she also learns your preferences about movies, books, and music, and can make suggestions if you want her to. Even better, Cortana integrates across all your devices thanks to apps in both the Apple App Store and Google Play market. And of course, you can disable Cortana entirely in your settings.Edge is a serious contender in the browser raceBattery and streaming optimization, paired with some powerful features, prime the new Edge browser for power users. Want to learn more about a topic you're researching? Right-click and Ask Cortana. She'll pull up a list of relevant results in the same browser window. And if you want to share recipes or save home improvement ideas, you can make notes and comments on Web pages, then instantly email them or save them to One Note. Not ready to learn a new browser? No sweat. Windows 10 also includes the latest version of Internet Explorer for legacy users.Return of the Start menu: familiar, just evolvedNot all users were crazy about the Windows 8 dashboard-style Start Screen. So back for Windows 10 is the Start menu veteran Windows users know and love. Only now, in addition to the single column layout with settings and user options, you get customizable tiles for easier access to your favorite apps, programs, and widgets.Action Center keeps all your reminders in one placeAction Center is where you find notifications in Windows 10. Simplify