Help Me Choose, An Interactive Microsoft Tool Helps Find Best Windows 10 PCs

Windows team created Help Me Choose: an interactive tool on Windows.com that makes it easy to find the best PC that will meet your needs.

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Though there are a lot of great options available for Windows 10 PCs, but the Windows team has created a new interactive tool called "Help Me Choose," designed to guide you through a few questions on features you want and makes suggestions based on answers to help you shop the best Windows 10 PCs.

With Help Me Choose, you can also learn more about all the awesome features in Windows 10 – including Paint 3D, Windows Hello, Cortana and more!

To get started with Windows Help Me Choose, simply click on "Shop for a new Windows 10 PC," and when asked a couple questions about how you'll be using your PC, and what features are most important to you – like having a choice of using touch or typing, or signing-in password-free with Windows Hello, for example. Then, Help Me Choose will share a couple different PCs for you based on your needs.

Windows Help Me Choose

Just click on "Check for Windows 10 updates," and then "Verify you're updated" to make sure you have all the latest features and protection. Every Windows 10 PC includes built-in enterprise grade security with Windows Defender.

Just head over to Help Me Choose to get started.

Microsoft Stores also announced free summer camps to help students become coders and creators through its new YouthSpark Summer Camp program. This free offering includes four new, free summer camps at its retail stores to give students hands-on learning opportunities and experiences to become the next generation of creators and coders.

The new YouthSpark Summer Camp program, runs through the end of August, will teach students how to create 3D art, build robotic hands from practical and affordable materials such as straws, and develop business plans.

Additionally, Microsoft retail stores are offering Saturday workshops in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for children, parents and educators.

Check out more information about the program here.

Watch the video above and head over to the Microsoft Education blog to learn more: