Published: Sun, March 11, 2018
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Windows 10 S Mode expected to hit all Windows 10 editions soon

Windows 10 S Mode expected to hit all Windows 10 editions soon

Rumors of Windows 10 S's demise - as a distinct operating system - have been confirmed. That is why the Redmond giant has made a decision to include Windows 10 S in every Windows 10 version through a special S Mode which will arrive with an upcoming update. Windows "10 S" - the latest version of its flagship OS - was released in mid-2017 with an aim to provide a Windows experience that delivers predictable performance and quality through Microsoft-verified apps via the Microsoft Store.

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Joe Belfiore, corporate vice president for Windows, described those changes briefly in a Wednesday announcement.


This new approach is vastly different from Microsoft's original strategy. Microsoft also announced a new API called Windows ML that comes with pre-trained machine learning models. The Verge speculates that Microsoft might simply make the unlock process of the new "S Mode" more obvious so that customers will know immediately what version of the operating system they're running. "If a customer does want to switch out of it, they will be able to do so at no charge, regardless of edition", the blog post added.

Download Windows 10 Pro here first, after you installed it, then to activate the code. In the list generated are Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703 from last year); Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (1709); and Spring Creators Update (the upcoming version 1803). Despite introduction on the expensive Surface Laptop shown above, Windows 10 S has primarily been found on low-priced machines for the education sector.

"We use Windows 10's as an option for schools or companies who need a version for simple tasks, but with guaranteed performance". The company is of the opinion that customers will greatly benefit by taking advantage of the Windows 10 S. Moreover, customers will be able to migrate to the new platform from any edition free of cost at any time.

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