It rotates the screen view - up arrow is 'normal', down arrow is upside down, left and right to left and right respectively.What has this feature suppose to have done?
thanks for the info. I have rotated images before by draging the handles, but never heard of doing it using the arrows. Never had the desk top need rotating either. Still a mystery then, if its a quirk of Win 10.It rotates the screen view - up arrow is 'normal', down arrow is upside down, left and right to left and right respectively.
The last two are useful if you have rotated a screen to portrait. Can also do it through the control panel (or right click on desktop, choose personalise and navigate to display).
Attached is how my screens are set up at the moment
FYI: I heard that there was a security risk with Windows 10. Apparently Windows 10 will broadcast wireless password unless you turn an option off (I did not read the article completely).
I have not heard that one but I suspect you are talking about Wifi Sense.
It sends your Wifi password to Microsoft then shares it with your contacts computers (all the while encrypted) if you set it up to do so. Your contacts then are automatically connected to your network whenever they are in range.
There is a setting to include Facebook and Outlook contacts so it can be a huge security hole but this default is off.
Certainly make sure you understand how it works.
Interface-wise, it's a nice compromise between 7 and 8. You default to a standard desktop, but the Start Menu uses a 7/8 hybrid layout. It has a traditional start menu on the left for the most commonly-used things, and a Win8 style collection of oversized buttons for popular categories of stuff on the right.