If you are running Windows 10 S and are participating in the Insider program, be aware that your machine may be updated to Windows 10 Pro instead of S.
Recent Windows 10 S Stories
I'm fascinated to see that 2017 is ending on a controversy for which I had long ago found a solution.
With Snapdragon-based PCs suddenly looming on the horizon, there's been a lot of discussion about the new platform's viability.
A recent report from Futuresource does provide some good news for Microsoft. But it also hints at a Chromebook future for education.
Discussions this week have me wondering if Microsoft isn't secretly plotting a future for Windows that actually makes sense.
Everyone is understandably excited about the first Windows 10 on ARM PCs. But we have questions. Today, I got a few answers.
This old dog is regularly learning new tricks, even though I find change as difficult as just anyone, I bet.
Windows 10 S has been available for about six months. Has the experience changed or improved at all in that time?
Earlier, I wrote about Microsoft's efforts to bring Windows 10 S to the enterprise, in part via some new third-party PCs.
Microsoft is expanding Windows 10 S beyond education to include so-called "front-line workers" in the enterprise.
Microsoft has extended its free Windows 10 S to Pro upgrade offer by another three months. What does this say about Windows 10 S?
My initial attempt to install Windows 10 S on a desktop PC failed, but it's been bugging me ever since. And I came up with two possible solutions.
Much of the emphasis on Windows 10 S from a hardware perspective has been on laptops and 2-in-1s. But what about desktop PCs?
Last month, I noted that the Windows Store version of Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 would not run on Windows 10 S.
Belatedly answering my call, Microsoft today has finally made Windows 10 S available for testing to Insiders.