After I made many articles kinda bashing Microsoft's flagship product Windows 10, I really want to talk about their good side. While Windows 10 is something I hate, you cannot deny Microsoft does make fantastic products. One of them is going to probably get me killed (even my Windows users), but still. None of these are in any particular order, just as I think of them. I might also miss apps, so if you think of anything, post them.
Java done perfectly. I love C#, as a programming language, I just want to use it more. The only reason I don't use it is that I simply don't have it in my memory, and I prefer other languages at this time. I still love it.
While I much prefer LibreOffice, that's because of personal preference. MS Office works well, and it is valid to love it as office software. That being unlike some online office apps.
Iconic, yet oddly powerful. While MS Paint is associated with bad art, I have seen MS Paint used to the max. MS Paint is a valid art tool, and it - if used with care - can make excellent art.
Great IDE, I just wished it worked on Linux. Easy, simple, great for developers. It having a free version is also a plus.
A code editor that uses Electron as it should be used. It implementing TypeScript and modules as it did, just made it a perfect tool. I use VSCode for everything, and it's so powerful I can't even use other apps because it feels weird. Even the themes and extra tools just make it all worthwhile.
Even pre-chromium Edge was nice. While it is a bit weird, it still is just good. Now, this isn't going to be the one that get's me killed. For a built-in browser. It's just fine. It had tools I love, and now it is based on Chromium while keeping the tools, great.
The only issue with Windows Phone was the poor plans and the integration with Windows 8/8.1, which was why it was hurt. It needed to follow Android or Apple. Open licenses, or self-building. If it wasn't for it trying to have it both ways hurt it. As a phone OS, just good. With Nokia, just fine. I loved the Windows Phone OS. Please don't kill me.
The last language, I promise. F# is C# made functional with it looking like Python. I love F#, and it feels great. I love it, and it's just an amazing language. I recommend it.