2) Spartan browser provides a new way to read content, Create a personal “Reading List”, provides PDF file format support and Cortana is integrated into the brower for voice command searches.
3) For phones and small tablets the action center will be synced with your PC. 4) Gamers will appreciate the integration with Xbox and the ability to run Xbox programs as its an App for PCs and tablets. DirectX12 will be integrated: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/directx/archive/2014/03/20/directx-12.aspx 5) More collaboration with Skype. 6) Universal apps that across all Windows 10 devices. For example an Outlook app on your phone. Also a photos app across devices. Again it’s that “Mobility of experience” centered around the Cloud. 7) Surface Hub: Windows holographic with requires a wireless headset called HoloLens which will allow you to create your own holograms. Microsoft partnered with JPL (Jet Propulsion Labs) to develop this apparently secretly but right under everybody’s noses in Redmond. Windows holographics will be enabled inside every Windows 10 build. http://www.cnet.com/news/microsoft-jumps-in-augmented-reality-with-hololens/ 8) Control Panel and Action Center will be merged. 9) Easily switch between keyboard / mouse mode and tablet mode when docking.
10) Again the big emphasis was “Mobility Across Devices”, “We want people to love Windows” and “Windows as a service”, where Windows 10 is updated to the latest version. Will Windows as a service mean subscription based?