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Windows 10 will ask what purpose the user is going to use the computer for

by Henry Brown

 

Microsoft has “taught” Windows 10 a new technique – the OS will ask the user during installation for what purposes the computer will be used for. For example, will it be just a home PC, PC gamer or school student. Or maybe a business PC. Total pole options.

Of course, the user can skip this step. Or maybe he can answer – in this case, the system itself is optimized. For example, when choosing “Family” as the purpose of use, the system will automatically ask you to specify all users and, probably, differentiate access rights to different content. And when you select “Gaming”, settings can be applied to improve performance.

The new feature is implemented in Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20231, which has already become available for testing in the Dev Channel. But when it appears in the final version of Windows 10, there is no data yet.

 

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