Teachers will often find themselves working from many different locations and on different machines. Whether it’s moving between classrooms, checking emails from the staffroom, marking assignments on the train using a mobile device, or planning lessons at home, educators are always looking for a way to work wherever they are.
This often involves the use of several apps at once, and crucial to working effectively in this manner is a consistency of experience. Apps work the same way across Windows 10, and the next part of our video tutorial series looks at increased productivity and multi-doing with Windows 10, and how you can manage the display of different apps together in Windows 10.
Here, MIEE Becky Keene demonstrates the snap features of apps within Windows 10, allowing you to easily arrange your screen to give you all the information you need from a number of sources, and keep working productively when using a number of different apps:
Windows 10 is available as a free upgrade. For more information about how to upgrade, please click here: Upgrade to Windows 10 for free
If you’d like to take a further look at Windows 10, there are several other tutorial videos on the Microsoft in Education YouTube channel that you can watch.
You can also find more information about Windows 10 in Education on the Microsoft in Education blog.