With the Windows Store Maturing, Windows 10 S is Almost Ready For Me (Premium)

Brad Sams

Microsoft has a bold vision of moving desktop users to a world that revovles around the Windows Store and if you are not paying close attention, the company's goal of a future free of classic desktop applications is quietly materializing. With a few key additions over the last few weeks, I am close to being able to use Windows 10 S as my daily driver.

It was about two weeks ago that I started using Windows 10 S on my Surface Pro. Initially, as part of First Ring Daily and as I began to live in a 'store only' world, I was finding myself using the OS more frequently as the app store expanded.

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