A look at the new icons for household appliances in the Windows 10 Creators Update
We all know that Windows 10 has a new way to control the home.
Today’s update to Windows 10 offers a new menu item in the settings menu called “Home” that lets you control how your Windows 10 home desktop looks and feels.
For example, if you have a screen that looks like a rectangle, it will now have a border around the entire rectangle.
That’s a great way to have a flat screen that doesn’t look like a box.
But this isn’t the only new icon that Windows has added to the settings app.
You can also now pin down an item in a list.
You can now also tap the top-right corner of the Home screen to bring up a list of all the icons in the Home app.
That can be very handy when you want to quickly access a bunch of icons in your home.
Here are a few other new icons that are in the Settings app: The “Open In…” icon will open an app that you can then tap and hold to open.
The Windows Store icon will start a pop-up that lets users sign up to the Windows Store for Windows 10.
To open a tile from the tile editor, you’ll need to tap the icon that says “Tile Editor.”
The tile editor will then open in the tile’s menu.
If you want a tile to automatically start to display when you tap it, you can select “Open Tile.”
If the tile doesn’t have any tiles, it’ll open a new tile editor.
And if you tap the tile, it opens the tile creator app.
Windows 10 is available for free for a limited time.
To download the Creators update, go to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update > Download.