10 Must have apps for Windows 10 PC
With the launch of Surface, Windows has a step ahead in productivity with a great hardware and is making cross-platform sharing easier than ever. With app market mostly dominated by the giants Android and Apple, Windows is competing with them with less but highly efficient apps. These apps might well just boost your PC experience even further.
This is a productivity app that helps you set remainders, due dates and all others and yes it is a cross-platform app.
Windows already has a built-in snipping tool but Lightshot is a step ahead to that. Lightshot allows you to assign buttons preferably Prt. Scr. on your keyboard and share the image just by copying the link to your social networks, messages or e-mails for FREE.
Onenote is a cloud-based library for your texts, pictures and links. Built on cross-platform it just works on any other mobile OS you have.
The mighty chrome has been the best browser for Windows and now the built in chromecast support makes it best to stream any videos on your device.
There are many messaging platforms you use to connect with your family, colleagues, friends, other groups. Franz combines all these apps to into one single so you don’t have to install every messaging app. Supports: Messenger, WhatsApp, Slack, Skype, Telegram, Wechat etc.
Tweeten is Twitter’s default app for Windows 10. Taking the web interface of TweetDeck it fits into the Microsoft’s dark UI and simply makes it kind of cool.
Plex creates a media center for your photo and video content that you can stream to all your devices. For Xbox One users, you can download the app to your console and start streaming content from your PC. Isn’t that great!
VLC media player is a must have Windows app because of two reasons: it plays everything perfectly and it’s FREE.
Notepad++ is a great upgrade to default notepad app because of features like tabbed browsing, side by side comparison, and color-coded syntax highlighting & regular expressions. Much useful for programmers
It is a full-featured launcher as Alfred on the Mac. It is free to use, open-sourced and even the functionality can be extended. Save your time by making searches quick and reliable.
For the Windows Surface device owners, sketchable is just the app to show your pen-skills. Use it to draw doodle and if you want to take it further, you can add surface-dial too.