As we found out yesterday, Microsoft is getting ready for the unveil of the final version of Windows 10 on January 21 2015, a day when we’ll see a bunch of first Windows 10 devices too. Recently, a couple of screenshots from Windows 10 unveiled some of the features we’re going to find on the final Windows 10 for desktop.


Among them we have a redesigned settings menu with a modern look and a full screen mode for it, elements that Microsoft introduced in order to quit using the Control Panel feature that brings in a place all these quick helpful settings for users.


Also, Windows 10 will bring among other things the virtual assistant Cortana, the same from the Windows Phone 8.1 mobile platform. Even if right now, Cortana for desktop is in a beta version, we can see how we get quick answers to simple tasks such as calling a Skype contact or checking Calendar appointments.