TechRepublic looks at a few free apps for Windows 10 users
From the article…
With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft decided to cut and mangle some beloved, long-standing features available in previous versions of its operating system.
Windows Media Center is gone and Solitaire now shows you full-screen ads, which you have to pay to get rid of.
That’s not to mention the outcry over Microsoft releasing software to play DVDs that costs $14.99 through the Windows Store.
Fortunately, you can ignore these shenanigans – as there is plenty of free software out there to fill the gaps in Microsoft’s new OS.
When it comes to word-processing options on Windows 10, you’re stuck with the rather bare bones WordPad. You can of course download the mobile-focused versions of Office for free but these aren’t tailored for desktop use.