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Microsoft Details Seven Editions for Windows 10

Julius Tabios
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Windows 10 is finally coming later this year across 190 different countries. Microsoft is offering Windows 10 as a free upgrade for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and certain Windows Phone devices that choose to upgrade within the first year. The new Microsoft OS plans to bring with it a revamped Cortana (looking to rival Apple’s Siri) as well as letting you play Xbox One gaming with you on your device. With the Windows 10 release, Microsoft also plans to release the HoloLens, which is capable of bringing high definition projection/holograms to life in your home or workplace. That among many other features is expected to accompany the new Windows 10 release.

  • The Windows 10 Home Edition for PC, Tablets, and 2-in-1s new Microsoft Edge web browser, Continuum tablet mode for touch-capable devices, Windows Hello face-recognition, iris and fingerprint login.
  • Windows 10 Mobile, originally known as Windows Phone 8.1, will run on the mobiles and tablets with smaller displays. It comes with the universal Windows Apps and the newly optimized for mobile Office apps.
  • Windows 10 Pro will be catered for those running small-scale businesses. It features easy networking across a group of devices for simpler data transfer and app management. It will also come with new Windows Update for Business Program.
  • Windows 10 Enterprise is tailor made for the larger scale businesses. It is basically a denser version of the Windows 10 Pro. It will also come with a more robust security system given the more linked users and devices.
  • Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise is the mobile version of the Pro and Enterprise
  • Windows 10 Education will be made for computer networks for schools and universities. The academic setting’s version of the Enterprise.
  • Windows 10 IoT Core will be for the more niched devices relying on Windows software like ATM and retail machine networks.  
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