New Tablets coming with Windows 10 Operating System

Last year, Microsoft unveiled a new way to classify all open applications within Windows 10 through tabs, after more than 20,000 users demanded the feature, and throughout that time the feature remained under test.

Today, in the build 17618, Microsoft has released all the file explorer tabs, which are very similar to the tabs in Internet browsers, and will include all traditional Windows applications such as Calendar, Email, Notepad, Command Prompt, PowerShell, OneNote and others.

For example, if you open several text files in the Notepad application, they will run in one window next to each other instead of several separate windows.

In new tablets Microsoft has released all the file explorer tabs, which are very similar to the tabs in Internet browsers, and will include all traditional Windows applications such as Calendar, Email, Notepad, Command Prompt, PowerShell, OneNote and others.

If you open several text files in the Notepad, they will run in one window next to each other instead of several separate windows.

Microsoft is still testing the feature before you finally launch it in a stable version of Windows 10, but if you decide that it is likely to be included in the next Windows Update Redstone 5 this year.