Welcome to our Windows 10 tutorial series.
We will be spending time walking you through the ins and outs of Windows 10.
Let’s go over the powerful system tool Microsoft have bundled in their new operating system.
The Windows System section of the Start Menu is essentially a collection of shortcuts that take you to the various parts and tools of Windows 10.
From the classic Command Prompt to the powerful Windows PowerShell.
Again, the names here are about as intuitive as they can get.
Simply tap, click or select the ones that you want to open and you can access the various features and options in the operating system.
Most users will probably use it to locate and run items like the Run panel, Help and Support, File Explorer, This PC, Control Panel and Devices.
These can, of course, also be located via the Search bar, but this category simply collects and displays them in one ordered list. Microsoft will probably add some new shortcuts here as development of Windows 10 reaches the final stages.
But this is a straightforward way to quickly get to the most used areas of the operating system.