Here's a list of what I consider to be the top four alternatives to Windows 10 S.
Recent Windows 10 S Stories
This week, Microsoft issued a major set of firmware updates for the new Surface Pro that add support for Windows 10 S.
Windows 10 S is half-baked. It's not ready for me. It's not ready for you. And it's not ready for anyone. Not yet.
With the Windows Store growing and quality apps being added like Spotify and ShareX, it's almost ready to be my daily driver.
Those curious about making their own Windows 10 S experiment can now do so. Sort of. Maybe.
While hardcore gamers will never be satisfied with Windows 10 S, this system should be fine for more casual gamers.
The issue of Store app quality and selection will be a problem for all Windows 10 S users, just as it was with Windows phone.
As part of a broader education initiative, Microsoft announced that schools now order third party PCs with Windows 10 S.
When it comes to Windows 10 and hardware peripherals, there are successes and there are defeats.
Reality diverges wildly from theory when you actually try to use Windows 10 S. And here are a few basics to consider ahead of time.
For my second go-round with Windows 10 S, I'm going to document what it's really like living with this strange new Windows version.
Microsoft is trying to transition the Windows user base to a safer, more reliable, and better-performing platform called Windows 10 S.
What does Windows 10 S say about the other versions of Windows 10? That they are unsafe, unreliable, and slow. This is a not a great marketing message.
While I was in Haarlem last week, someone asked me about the future of UWP and Store apps. This is a topic I think about all the time. So let's obsess over it.
While it's unclear what the market is for Windows 10 S, Microsoft does at least make it very easy to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro