When you unwrap that brand new KomandoTab2 for Christmas, it's going to be an exciting moment. Not only does it come with its own keyboard case, it's also fully loaded with Windows 10. That means it basically functions like a regular computer. It's just a more compact version.
But one of the best things about a Windows tablet is that you also have access to hundreds of apps. The tablet comes pre-installed with a lot of the big ones. These include: Microsoft Office, Outlook Mail, OneNote, Maps and Groove Music. But beyond those, which apps should you get?
Of course, there are the obvious essentials like Skype and Facebook or streaming video sites like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Video. But you already know about those. So we've rounded up 10 of the best free Windows apps you'll definitely want to check out.
1. Office Lens
Brainstorming ideas on the whiteboard is great until you're finished. Now you have all of those ideas, but no way to take them with you unless you restart the process of writing them down. That's why Office Lens is such a great app. Use it the next time you jot something down. Take a picture, then the app trims and enhances the image to make sure the text is readable. From there, the images can be saved to OneNote, or even converted into PDF, Microsoft Word and PowerPoint files.