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Freemake Welcomes Windows 10

July 26, 2015
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Good news for all Windows users! If you already upgraded your PC or laptop to Windows 10, you can easily use all Freemake software on it.

Windows 10 is the latest version of the operating system by Microsoft. It was released on the 29th of July, 2015.

Windows 10 is available for free for all Windows 7, Win 8 and Win 8.1 users. Please don’t forget to check the system requirements before updating. The OS won’t work on old and slow PCs and laptops.

Windows 10 expands metro-style apps that can be used across multiple Microsoft operating devices: PCs, tablets, smartphones, game consoles, etc. You can get Windows 10 apps from the Windows store and use them on all available devices.

Windows 10 is a completely new operating system with numerous options that you won’t find in any previous OS version.

For example, Win 10 comes with Cortana, a personal voice assistant. You can use to open apps, search for the information online. Cortana can be set to give you reminders based on time, location, or people; send emails and text messages. You can also use Cortana to remind you about flights, meetings, to-do-things or any other upcoming events from your Calendar.

Download, install and run the latest software versions from our Downloads section.

Double-click the installation file on your Windows 10 laptop or PC. Follow the installation steps up to the end. If you want to start using Freemake on Win 10 right away, keep the option "Start automatically" marked. You may also start the software manually from a desktop as you usually did on previous Windows OS versions.

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If you plan to use the software on a regular basic, you can set it to always be in the Start menu. New Windows 10 lets you see the most used apps and keep the ones you need. You can reorganize them the way you're like or remove from a quick-access menu in case you do not need them anymore. The menu can be resized or expanded into a full-screen mode.

Windows 10 is designed to adapt its user interface to the type of device being used. It comes with two separate user interface modes: one is optimized for mouse and keyboard, and another one is developed for touchscreen devices. Users can easily switch between these two modes at any time. Besides that, Windows can switch the mode automatically for you if you connect a mouse and a keyboard or switch the computer to a laptop state.

One more great feature is that Win 10 devices will allow users to log in using their fingerprint or face for recognition.

If you have any suggestions about our software performance on Windows 10, feel free to address our support team. In case of issues, be ready to provide Freemake logs, original files that you want to encode and any other info requested by a support member. Please keep calm. We will do our best to solve your issue and contact you back as soon as possible.