You can download Twitter for PC windows 10 from the Microsoft store.
I’ve installed it on my Microsoft surface laptop and it’s working perfectly.
Although it doesn’t support multiple accounts as at the time of publishing this post, it supports features that people on Twitter love, including longer Tweets, the Explore tab to find topics relevant to your interests, and the ability to bookmark Tweets to be read later. There are also additional features like the “night mode” and “data saver”.
The new app also supports unique Windows features, including a refreshed look and feel with taskbar pinning, push notifications in Action Center, and share integration with Windows apps. Additional features like night mode are coming soon.
More highlights Of Twitter App for Windows 10 PC
– Discover what your favorite sports, news, politics, and entertainment thought leaders are talking about
– Experience dynamic media – like photos, videos, and GIFs
– Retweet, share, like, or reply to Tweets in your timeline
– Write a Tweet to let the world know what’s happening with you
– See what topics and hashtags are trending now
– Discover Moments, curated stories showcasing the very best of today’s biggest events
– Get caught up on news headlines and videos
– Relive the latest sports highlights
– Be in the know about pop culture and entertainment
– See what fun stories are going viral
– Find out who started following you
– Discover which of your Tweets were liked or Retweeted
– Respond to replies or be alerted to Tweets you were mentioned in
– Chat privately with friends and followers
– Share Tweets and other media
– Create a group conversation with anyone who follows you
– Customize your profile with a photo, description, location, and background photo
– Look back at your Tweets, Retweets, replies, media, and likes.
How to switch between multiple accounts on Twitter app for Windows 10
It is not possible to toggle between multiple accounts. To log in to a different Twitter account you must log out of the account you are currently logged in to, then log back in to the desired account.
Source : Twitter Help