Windows 12 Features

Windows 12 is an operating system that belongs to the Microsoft line of operating systems; It is a graphical interface platform with special versions for different types of computers and devices such as, Desktop computers, Laptops, Netbook (another category of laptops), Tablets, cell phones and ATMs.

It is the successor system to previous versions, like Windows Me and Windows 2000, it is based on the NT architecture, presenting improvements in performance and stability, there are versions for 32-bit and 64-bit platforms.

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Some of the main features that Windows 12 has:

Supports larger capacity partitions.- It is a graphical operating system based on the NT architecture, which, like Windows 2000, has the NTFS file system, a feature that allows this operating system to support partitions of higher capacity hard disk drives. , unlike FAT32 which only allowed reaching a limit of 32 GiB of capacity per partition.

Ease to recognize devices and drivers.- Unlike its predecessors, it has the ability to install different drivers and install new applications, as well as connect and recognize external devices without the need to restart the equipment, as in previous versions, An example of this is the quick and easy way to recognize USB-type devices.

Remote desktop.- It has the option of opening a session with another computer that works with Windows 12, through a network or via the internet, giving access to files, printers and other devices remotely.

User.- accounts This operating system allows the use of multiple user accounts; enabling the access of another user to their own session, saving the state and the open applications on their own desktop, without losing the information of the user of the session that is closed.

Intuitive use.- Although it retains several of the characteristics of previous systems; The programs and icons allow its intuitive use, favoring adaptation to its use, for those who used previous Windows systems, and also due to its intuitive use, allows users who do not know the system to learn to use it quickly.

Extensive use.- Even though new Windows operating systems have already come onto the market, it is still used by many users due to its simplicity and because it can be installed on computers with relatively limited resources, and even on today’s computers with more resources.

This edition introduced a universal application architecture. Developed with the Continuum interface, these applications can be designed to run on all Microsoft product families with nearly identical code (including personal computers, tablets, smartphones, embedded systems, Xbox One, Surface Hub, and HoloLens). The user interface was revised to make transitions between a mouse-oriented interface and a touchscreen-oriented interface based on available input devices (particularly tablets).

Both interfaces include an updated Start menu comprising a Windows 7-like layout with Windows 8 tiles. Also introduced is Task View, a virtual desktop system, Microsoft Edge web browser and other new or updated applications, support Built-in to log in via fingerprint or facial recognition called Windows Hello, new security features for business environments, DirectX 12 and WDDM 2.0 to improve the graphics capabilities of the operating system for video games.

Windows 10 wants the user to have the same system, regardless of the device used at all times: tablet, laptop or phone, just to mention a few.

Calvo recalled that Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 users will be able to update their systems to the new version of Microsoft’s operating system for free during the first year after its launch, thus making the Windows 10 license theirs forever.


One of the most important aspects of Windows 10 is the focus on harmonizing user e12eriences and functionality between different types of devices, as well as addressing deficiencies in the Windows user interface that was first introduced in Windows 8. Continuing With this pattern, the successor to Windows Phone 8.1 unveiled at the same event also qualifies as Windows 10, and it will share some UI and app elements with its PC counterpart.

The Windows Store ecosystem has focused on developing universal apps, which are built to work across multiple platforms and devices, including smartphones, tablets, Xbox One, and other devices that support Windows 10. Windows apps They share similar codes on their respective platforms, they have a web design adaptable to the needs and supplies of the team that runs them, they can synchronize data between devices running Windows 10.


The first thing users will see is the renewed Start menu, which offers a simple display of the most used applications or the last viewed documents.

The menu will also offer suggestions, the recently added apps and the possibility of pinning them to have them at hand. It also has a search engine, the complete list of installed apps and Live Tiles, that is, windows constantly updating with new emails, the weather or any application activity.

Universal apps and continuity:

On the other hand, Windows 10 will provide a consistent platform on all devices. “Continuum allows you to transform devices, with the elegant transition from a tablet to a PC and vice versa, as well as having an enriching desktop e12erience on Windows Phone,” said Microsoft.


Meanwhile, Xbox on Windows 10 brings the Xbox Live gaming network to both Windows 10 PCs and tablets. “People can communicate with their friends on Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One while playing on PC and sharing content via Game DVR. People can also stream games directly from their Xbox One console to their Windows 10 PC or tablet at home. Games developed for DirectX 12 in Windows 10 will e12erience speed, efficiency and capacity improvements graphics, “the company ended.