So, a person who has a system with Windows 10 Pro in S Mode only has to pay 50 dollars to from S Mode to full Pro while those running the Home SKU has to pay $99.99 to upgrade. Should or shouldn’t upgrade pricing be the same for both?
<p>I would guess that the idea would be that a customer has already paid more for the Pro version. </p><p><br></p><p>We'll have to see how this actually plays out, but if the S Mode version of Pro were the only version of Pro available and you had to pay extra (after already paying for the OS) to get full Windows Pro, it's going to piss off a lot of people. </p><p><br></p><p>There isn't going to be much demand for a S Mode version of Pro (it's almost an oxymoron). So if both options are available most people will buy the full version and if not, most people will probably sit on their hands instead of buying a new PC.</p><p><br></p><p>The Windows 10 S PC has retroactively become more of a trial balloon than a sustained product, so perhaps S Mode will follow the same path if not greeted with hearts and flowers.</p>