Microsoft announced that its plans to move Windows 10 S from a dedicated OS to a very special “ S Mode ” for versions of Windows 10 one year from now. Windows 10 S in May last year as a lightweight version of Windows 10 which was targeting schools and other institutions. Microsoft declared that Windows 10 S, a version of Windows 10 that only enabled the client to run applications from the Microsoft Store. In spite of having a few advantages, it didn’t exactly run down well with clients as legacy applications are as yet a major thing on Windows, also the Microsoft Store is a deserted wasteland.
Marketing of Windows 10 is even more complicated. In a blog, Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Windows Joe Belfiore states that there was some perplexity around Windows 10 S from both consumers and partners. Microsoft will now give clients the choice to have Windows 10 S mode on any version of Windows 10 rather than it being its own edition. This implies a customer can buy a Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro PC and empower the S mode and endeavors will have the capacity to deploy Windows 10 Enterprise with the S mode enabled. It’s not clear that whether this will be with Redstone 4, or Redstone 5 however.
Rumors previously suggested that Microsoft is intending to permit Windows 10 Home clients to disable the S Mode free of charge, yet Windows 10 Pro clients with S Mode empowered on their device will be compelled to pay $49 to get access to a full form of Windows 10 Pro. Microsoft hasn’t confirmed this aspect of the new “S Mode” changes, and if the switch isn’t coming until 2019 then those details most likely haven’t been fined tuned right now.
Windows 10 S will wind up as one of Microsoft’s shortest-lived OSes. At present, Windows 10 S is a distinct version of Windows that has its own particular license. The license can be upgraded to a Windows 10 Pro license for free or an expense. And still, in the end, the OS has just been received on a chosen few systems, for example, Microsoft’s Surface Book and Qualcomm-controlled PCs, so it’s not precisely universal.
Microsoft corporate vice president Joe Belfiore make a tweet on Twitter that Windows 10 S, a feature-locked version of Windows 10 that is restricted to running UWP applications, will be replaced by an “S mode” that organizations can choose to empower on their products. As far as Microsoft did not solve any confusion, but rather created more. Windows 10 S was a failure but instead of admitting it, Microsoft made it optional on other editions of Windows.