Six things you need to know about Windows 10 S | Windows Experience Blog

Six things you need to know about Windows 10 S | Windows Experience Blog
Six things you need to know about Windows 10 S Written By published June 14, 2017 Today, Windows 10 S, a new experience in Windows, becomes available to customers around the world through the purchase of Surface Laptop.

Windows 10 S will continue to become available on a range of modern devices from our partners later this year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gd5lt cvss4 Our mission with Windows is to build a platform that inspires creativity in each of us. This is the North Star that guides our team in all we do. With Windows, not only do we want to build a platform that inspires creativity in each of us – we also want customers to have choice around the best Windows for their needs. Back in May, we introduced a new set of educational products and services, including the introduction of Windows 10 S. Windows 10 S is the next step of our Windows journey by offering customers a familiar Windows 10 experience, streamlined for security and performance. By exclusively using apps from the Windows Store, Windows 10 S is ideal for students, educators, creators, and businesses alike who prefer longer battery life, faster boot up time, and the peace of mind that comes with using apps that are Microsoft-verified. Windows 10 S ships with the Windows 10 Creators Update, and includes familiar Windows 10 experiences like Cortana*, Windows Hello**, Windows Ink**, Microsoft Edge, Paint 3D, and more. Here are six things you need to know about Windows 10 S and some tips for getting started: For more tips on getting started with Windows 10 S, check out our Windows 10 Tips blog posts or visit this FAQ. We are excited to make available Windows 10 S today on the new Surface Laptop, and in the coming months, Windows 10 S will become available on even more devices across a range of price points from our partners. *Cortana available in select markets. **Windows Hello and Windows Ink experiences dependent on hardware.
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