England have routed the West Indies by an innings and 209 runs in the day-night cricket test in Birmingham.
England took 19 wickets on the third day to secure the win.
West Indies, 44-1 overnight in reply to England's 514-8 declared, were bowled out for 168 and 137.
James Anderson took 3-34 in the first innings and Stuart Broad 3-34 in the second to move above Sir Ian Botham into second on the list of England's all-time leading Test wicket-takers.
England take the lead in the three-match series, with the second Test beginning at Headingley on Friday.
That and the final match at Lord's will revert to traditional playing hours after this contest was held under lights to help England prepare for the Ashes.
While they have been given experience of playing with the pink ball, a poor West Indies side do not look likely to provide any sort of examination before the tour of Australia.
Off the field, the staging of the floodlit game can be seen as a success - the three days that have seen play were close to a sell-out - but the contest was not befitting of the historic occasion.
The West Indies, who have not won a Test in the UK for 17 years and their capitulation resulted in the Test being even more one-sided than was feared beforehand.
Although the cloudy sky made bowling conditions favourable, England often had to do little more than find a full length and wait for the visiting batsmen to miss, play across the line or edge the ball.
Eight West Indies batsmen were out twice on the final day and in all they scored 219 runs for the fall of those 19 wickets - the most they have lost on a single day of Test cricket.