Windows 10 is a personal computer operating system developed and released by Microsoft as part of the Windows NT family of operating systems. Microsoft is contemplating a new "S Mode" for Windows 10 Home, Enterprise, and Pro versions of the OS.
According to a sleuthing Windows Insiders, the name of the next Windows feature update appears to be named "Spring Creators Update". We expect the majority of customers to enjoy the benefits of Windows 10 in S mode.
Previous year we introduced Windows 10 S - an effort to provide a Windows experience that delivers predictable performance and quality through Microsoft-verified apps via the Microsoft Store. Moreover, it delivers predictable performance and quality with the help of Microsoft-verified apps via the Microsoft Store.More news: 'Brilliant', 'Yassss', 'Fantastic business' - Rangers fans react as Morelos signs long-term deal
Citing new data from the United Kingdom -based research consultancy Futuresource, Microsoft yesterday also highlighted the growing use of Windows 10 devices in K-12 education.
Windows 10 S was created to simplify administration for school sysadmins by running only apps from the Windows Store and designed to run on low-priced hardware.
The confirmation arrived on Twitter from the Microsoft Vicepresident, Joe Belfiore.More news: McDormand's alleged Oscars thief denies grand theft of property charge
"We use Windows 10's as an option for schools or companies who need a version for simple tasks, but with guaranteed performance". Now the S mode option will be available in Windows 10 Home and Enterprise editions, too. "Windows 10 Spring Creators Update" has been spotted in the latest test builds of the Redstone 5 update expected to be released later this fall. If a customer does want to switch out of S mode, they will be able to do so at no charge, regardless of edition.More news: Russia's foes will 'be served poison' - Putin
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