While many of you are probably exclusively Mac users, there are many of us on the Windows platform. If you’ve made the jump to Windows 10, and haven’t yet explored the multiple desktops feature, I recommend you do so.
Multiple desktops are great for staying organized when you’re juggling a lot of projects. I can have one for all my email and social media windows, another for Lightroom and image processing, and yet another for InDesign and Bridge where I’m working on an album design.
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I just finished installing the Windows 10 upgrade on my bootcamped Late 2013 13″ retina Macbook Pro, and the good news is that there are only a few things to report.
First off, yes, Win10 starts up very, very fast.
Further, so far I haven’t encountered any major applications that won’t work. For me that means Photo Mechanic 4.6.9, Lightroom CC 2015.1.1, my Spyder 4 Elite utility, Word 2013, and all of my little utilities ported straight over without any fuss.
Windows 10 is being trickled out to most users via Windows Update, which means that if you’re excited to try the new OS, you might not get it as quickly as you’d like. Never fear, there’s a way to force the update whenever you’re ready. Simply visit Microsoft’s “Download Windows 10” page, and grab the download tool. Some of the wording implies that it’s only for making physical media, but it will actually support either this or an upgrade installation. Continue reading Windows 10 on Yosemite Boot Camp