Windows 10 Home

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Description

Get faster start-ups; a familiar yet expanded Start menu; and great new ways to get stuff done even across multiple devices.

Angled PC running Windows 10

The Best Windows yet

Windows 10 is designed to go with you seamlessly from one device to another. It's fast and responsive. You even get free chat or phone support from real people. With Windows 10, it’s easier than ever to do great things.

Multiple devices running Windows 10

It just works

Windows 10 combines the Windows you already know and adds great improvements you’ll love. Technologies like InstantGo1 let you boot up and resume quickly. And Windows 10 has more built-in security features than ever to help protect against malicious software.

PC Multitasking and running multiple programs at once

Multi-doing

Multi-task like a master with the ability to snap four things on the screen at once. Screen getting crowded? Create virtual desktops to get more space and work with just the items you want. Plus, all your notifications and key settings are collected on one easy-to-reach screen.

Multiple devices running Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge

It’s the all-new browser designed to make the web work the way you do. Write or type directly on webpages and share your mark-ups with others. You’ll like the reading view that clears away distractions. There’s also an improved address bar to help you find things faster.

A phone and tablet running Windows 10

Continuum

The best screen is always the one you’re on, because Windows 10 optimizes your experience for your activity and device. Onscreen features adapt for easy navigation and apps scale smoothly from the smallest to the largest displays.2

A desktop PC running Windows 10

Uniquely yours

Your Windows 10 device recognizes you and acknowledges your presence in truly personal ways. With Windows Hello, your device greets you by name and lights up in recognition, waving you through log-in and freeing you from having to remember or type in a password.3

Xbox One on PC

Gaming and Xbox

Play your Xbox One games on your Windows 10 PC, laptop, or tablet. Use the Game DVR feature to record your greatest hero moves and send to your friends instantly, without leaving your game.4

A woman using a tablet with Cortana

Cortana

Cortana is your truly personal digital assistant who works across all your Windows 10 devices to help you get things done. By learning more about you over time, Cortana becomes more useful every day, staying transparent and keeping your trust.5

Requirements

  • Required Processor

    1 GHz processor or faster

  • Required Memory

    1 GB RAM for 32-bit; 2 GB for 64-bit

  • Required Hard Disk Space

    Up to 20 GB available hard disk space

  • Required video card

    800 x 600 screen resolution or higher. DirectX® 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver

  • Required connectivity

    Internet access (fees may apply)

  • Other system requirements

    Microsoft account required for some features. Watching DVDs requires separate playback software

  • Additional system requirements

    You must accept the enclosed License Terms, also at microsoft.com/useterms

    Activation required • Single license • 32 & 64-bits on USB 3.0 included

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Rating:5/5

2017-02-26

Adrenaline957

I NEED HELP

Hello, I upgraded from windows 7 to windows 10 while it was free back in 2016. Now i had to restart completely my computer and i cant find a way to get my windows 10 back without buying it! I already had it before and i really need to know if there is any way to fix this problem. Please Help

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.

Rating:3/5

2017-02-23

GerryN

Frustrating!

1;30 in the morning and I have the flu! And this problematic PC is not helping either. Somebody mentioned blue screen of death.... well this is the first I've seen of it in ages. I have lost my icons on the desktop and I can't bring up the start menu and I can't turn it off without depressing the off button. I have been using Windows 10, having downloaded it when it was free as an upgrade to Windows 8. I guess the question is where do I go from here? Take it too a repair depot? I don't even have a Windows 10 disc to reinstall it. Bad time to ask if I would recommend your product!

Rating:5/5

2017-02-16

tolmaker

Windows 10 home edition

Great product!

One person found this helpful.

Rating:4/5

2017-02-13

Rodolfo Becerra

good system

Windows 10 is a good system I purchased about 1 month but I was using before the download version. I think windows 10 is good by doing the things is suppose to do, but he dark side is seen since I install windows 10 in other computer that actually have the full download version activated, the computer was slow that demonstrate me a little of instability and actually happens with my computer. for example today I change my password of office and when I started my computer, my computer get so slow that I have to restarted

Rating:1/5

2017-02-10

ZOETY

It's okay but Windows 7 is better.

There's a Few games has problems with windows 10. keeps on crashing.. I switch back to windows 7 because it's great playing on older games.. they should remake window 7 to window 11.. windows 8 and 10 sucks big time..

Rating:1/5

2017-02-07

pjk1

Windows 10 getting worse in 2017

At first Windows 10 seemed fine, just a little buggy as a new release. But last week it jammed an update down my throat, commandeering my computer, shutting down my running programs. After the update, things got worse. Edge browser will not allow me to select a download folder. Huh? I guess it's no longer my decision if I prefer to download files to my desktop like I've done for 20 years, instead of a nested directory somewhere. In fact, my User (non-admin) account desktop is not even available to navigate to since the update, which is, for me, incredibly inconvenient. Are they trying to force me to run as Admin all the time? The Windows 10 email client, 'Mail' now refuses to allow me to select a download folder too, and if I try to open a URL from an email, a menu pops up that only has one functioning option: use Edge. It won't even allow me to choose my default browser. The option is there, but I can't select it! I can't manage the update process, either, the way I could with Windows 7 or XP, choosing from recommended or optional updates, and scheduling the down time. Microsoft has eliminated functionality. I guess after 20 years, I should consider looking at Apple products again, even though I've always preferred Windows. But Windows seems to have decided that flexibility, functionality, and user-friendliness are things of the past. Both XP and Windows 7 were infinitely better OS's when they were first released, and W10 is almost a year old now. This is entirely frustrating, and there are no answers forthcoming. Terrible. This thing's not even ready to test, let alone sell!

2 out of 3 people found this helpful.

Rating:1/5

2017-01-22

Peter75

The windows 10 is the worst ever because you can u

I would never recommend to anyone to get windows 10 because you can never use it it's the worst ever

Rating:1/5

2017-01-13

Rich864

Returned windows 10

I spoke with an employee last week about returning it becouse I couldn't get it to work on the computer I was trying to fix

Rating:3/5

2017-01-12

fisherguy

some features are great

I downloaded windows 10 from the net I initially liked it then the problems started and I am at a loss as to how to make it work

Rating:5/5

2017-01-02

Tony S

Easy Install

I put a new 960 GB SSD in my desktop, restored the system from the factory restore media, and upgraded to Windows 10. The process was seamless. The computer was up and running, with Office 365, in about 4 1/2 hours. All good!!

Rating:/5

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This is a full version of Windows 10; we recommend you back up your files before installing. Windows Media Center is not available in Windows 10. Apps and features may vary by market. Updates are automatically enabled during support period; additional requirements will apply over time. Some features such as touch may require a new device. To check for compatibility, support period, and other important installation information, visit your device manufacturer's website and windows.com/windows10specs.


[1] Hardware-dependent


[2] App experiences may vary.


[3] Windows Hello requires specialized hardware, including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor or other biometric sensors.


[4] Broadband Internet required for some features (ISP fees apply). Xbox Live features only available with supported games in Xbox Live-supported countries, see xbox.com/live/countries. Limited number of games available in 2015 that support cross-device play; additional games to follow. Stream to one device at a time; streaming with multiplayer from Xbox One requires home network connection and Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately); Gold also required for multiplayer play on Xbox One. DirectX 12 only available with supported games and graphics chips. Game DVR only available with supported hardware. Xbox One, PC/Tablet and Phone versions of games all sold separately.


[5] Cortana available in select markets at launch, experience may vary by region and device.