The design of Garmin Connect is very similar to that of Garmin Connect for Android. From the slide-out side menu, you have access to the different sections: quick statistics of the day, steps, sleep, and the activities of running, swimming, cycling, and more.
Of course, you can also see the classifications, connections, and settings of our profile. One of the most interesting points is that Garmin Connect for Windows integrates with Cortana, the personal assistant that is available since Windows 10.
And from the device menu, in which we manage the Garmin watches and other accessories that we have, we can also access Garmin Connect IQ, with the best apps.
Garmin Connect PC also on the computer
Thus, Garmin Connect for Windows also works without any problem on any computer, as you can see in the images. The only downside is that the interface is very stretched if we enlarge the screen, but it works great, it is fast and everything is accessed as if we were on the mobile.
Another negative point that I have found is that it cannot be synchronized directly by Bluetooth with a clock since it always says that this connection is turned off (even if it is on in the computer). But hey, we can always continue to use Garmin Express and at least we can dream of enabling it in the future.
By the way, this version of Connect in Windows 10 is also compatible with LiveTiles, that is, you can add one of these "tiles" to the start menu, and there it will show dynamic information without entering the app, such as steps, hours of sleep and others.
You can download Garmin Connect for Windows from its official store and, of course, it's free, like the rest of Garmin Connect applications on other operating systems. For any assistance related to Garmin Connect, you can get in touch with experts, which are available in large numbers on the internet.