If you are part of the world’s majority, then you either work on or own a Windows device. The latest version is Windows 10, and there are a tonne of things you can do with it. For starters, Windows 10 has a massive applications store where you can find a number of apps to help you in your daily tasks. Here are a few apps that are great for productivity on Windows 10.
Adobe Photoshop Express
This happens to be a lighter version of Adobe Photoshop and it is ideal for touchscreens, letting you optimize your photos with just a few taps and slides of a finger. Obviously, it will not house numerous features you see on Adobe Photoshop, but it will get the job done.
On the operations part, there is selection of ‘Looks’ to choose from. These are actually similar to Instagram filters, but have a lot more to offer. There are options designed for specific types of the image too. You can crop, flip and straighten your images, adjust exposure and color, apply vignettes, heal blemishes, and correct red-eye.
If you are really in a hurry, there’s even a one-tap Auto Enhance tool.
To-Do happens to be a far simpler application than a tool like Trello, which will let you assign work to different people and hold conversations about jobs. As a matter of fact, you can say that To-Do is designed more for everyday tasks like posting birthday cards and buying milk than serious project management.
Even so, To-Do is quite adept at managing your tasks. Microsoft also makes regular updates to the app to give you more options and varieties in the app itself.
Microsoft Office Online
For those of you who did not purchase the full Microsoft Office pack, you can make do with the Office Online app. Microsoft Office Online is lesser known than Google Docs, but is very impressive and more importantly, offers native support for all Microsoft document formats. All documents are saved to OneDrive, so you can access them from any device with an internet connection.
Although you will not be getting the full range of features that are present on the full version of Microsoft Office, it is still worth trying.