1. Joined : Sep 2014
    Posts : 600
    Windows 10 Pro
       08 Apr 2015 #1

    resizable Start menu will be available in Windows 10 RTM


    But have no fear. For those of you wondering if Microsoft removed this option from Windows 10, it will be available once the operating system is released this summer. We here at WinBeta get quite a few emails asking us certain questions, and thankfully there are solid answers.

    http://www.winbeta.org/news/dont-wor...windows-10-rtm
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  2.    08 Apr 2015 #2

    Dave44 said: View Post
    But have no fear. For those of you wondering if Microsoft removed this option from Windows 10, it will be available once the operating system is released this summer. We here at WinBeta get quite a few emails asking us certain questions, and thankfully there are solid answers.

    http://www.winbeta.org/news/dont-wor...windows-10-rtm
    I figured they were talking about that!
    Here's some more 'speculations':

    Features

    The virtual keyboard has been enhanced
    Windows Hello
    Support for loging in with face recognition
    Support for loging in with fingerprints
    Support for loging in with eye scan
    "Passport" will replace passwords
    Build in ssa-subtitle support
    Build in ass-subtitle support
    Build in srt-subtitle support

    WinRT

    WinRT apps now also work on Xbox One

    Start

    The Start menu can be resized
    Transparency is available

    Internet Explorer

    The Edge render engine will be removed from Internet Explorer
    IE will be reset back to version 11.0.9600

    "Project Spartan"

    Improvements to the Edge render engine
    Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH)
    CSS
    Cross-Domain Font Loading
    JavaScript
    Default parameter
    Generators
    RegExp Build-ins (ES6)
    ASM.js
    SIMD (ES7)
    Realtime / Communication
    WebRTC - Object RTC API
    Multimedia
    Media Capture and Streams
    Motion JPEG (MJPG)
    Misc
    <img srcset>
    <main> element
    Pointer Lock (Mouse Lock)
    ARIA role 'none'
    HTML Sections in Accessibility API
    Pointer Lock (Mouse Lock)
    Security
    Meta Referrer
    Graphics
    SVG foreignobject element

    Apps

    Music
    Buy music from the Windows Store Beta
    Right-click context menus
    Better navigation
    Dark color theme
    Compact mode
    Improved settings
    Improvements to accessibility
    Outlook
    Mail has been replaced by Outlook
    Outlook now has a ribbon design
    Outlook Calendar
    Calendar has been replaced by Outlook Calendar
    People
    People has been revamped
    Photos
    Photos now can creates albums
    Settings
    Windows Update
    Optional driver updates will no longer get installed automatically
    Option to scan against WSUS server or Windows/Microsoft Update
    Notifications when new updates are available
    When setting up a device, the first update scan will show all updates and require only one restart, instead of multiple restarts and multiple series of updates
    Technical Preview updates will be completely integrated in Windows Update
    Video
    Buy movies and TV shows from the Windows Store Beta
    Download movies and TV shows for offline play
    New device management to play your content offline on devices you care about
    Improved search
    Movie reviews and cast information
    Improved settings

    And further

    DirectX 12 is now supported
    USB 3.1 support
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  3. Joined : Jan 2014
    Oak Ridge TN, USA
    Posts : 23,934
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       08 Apr 2015 #3

    Thanks for the information guys.
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