Windows 10 'Redstone 4' official name looks to be Spring Creators Update

Windows 10 'Redstone 4' official name looks to be Spring Creators Update

Windows 10 'Redstone 4' official name looks to be Spring Creators Update

Microsoft has shared some details of the new regime's Mode for the operating system Windows 10. This change would add "S Mode" as an option on Windows 10 Home, Pro and Enterprise PCs, giving admins another way to stop users from using apps found outside of the Microsoft Store.

"Belfiore characterized Windows 10's S mode as the "'low-hassle'/ guaranteed performance version" of Windows.

Previous rumors suggested that Windows 10 Home users will be able to disable S Mode free of charge, while users of Windows 10 Pro with S Mode would have to cough up $49 to get the full version of Windows 10.

Last year, Microsoft launched Windows 10 S, a new version of the Windows 10 operating system that's designed specifically for schools and businesses.

The company originally created Windows 10 S for the education market.

On March 7th the corporate veep of Microsoft's operating systems group, Joe Belfiore, tweeted the product would disappear and become a "mode" in Windows. Insiders will see different versions of the new privacy interface, allowing Microsoft to see which options might work best for a wider audience. Windows 10 Enterprise will also be possible to activate this feature. Moreover, it delivers predictable performance and quality with the help of Microsoft-verified apps via the Microsoft Store. Futuresource reported that Google's Chromebooks continue to dominate the USA school market, with a 59.6 percent share in the fourth quarter of 2017, but added that Microsoft has seen growing adoption through its expanding lineup of lower-cost, education-focused Windows devices. Microsoft infused Windows 10 S along with the Surface laptop and received rave reviews among tech enthusiasts around the world. It can't be undone, and presumably that could be true for other Windows 10 editions.

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