Microsoft Windows Selling Only Operating System for the First Time

February 6, 2018
First Published On: February 5, 2018

After a year of launching Windows 10, which was designed to compete with Google Chrome OS, Microsoft recently dropped that version and launched new “S Mode” version. The new S Mode is a different version of Windows system which is much focused for the educational system.  

The only difference between Windows 10 and Windows 10 S is that the new version can only run those apps which are available on the Microsoft Store. And those users who will to have more excess on their devices have to pay in order to unlock Windows 10 Pro version. The Brand new “S Mode” will be applicable for Windows 10 Home, Enterprise, and Pro.

So, whenever the user will be interested to change their Windows 10 into Windows 10 S, they just need to install the new S Mode. After transferring Windows, the operating system will be able to run only those apps which belong to Microsoft Store and can enjoy other core function which Windows 10 S made for. 

For those users who are using Windows 10 Pro with S Mode on, they have to pay US $49 to access the full version. But for the Home users who use Windows 10 version can disable the S mode for free.

It’s the first time window is selling its sole software despite selling the hardware. Windows S Mode Windows New Version

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