Over the summer, I used Windows 10 S every single day for two weeks and wrote about my experiences. My conclusion was as predictable as it was inescapable: Windows 10 S was not ready for prime time. No one—literally, no one—could use this system without making a lot of compromises and without experiencing a lot of pain.
But three months has gone by since then. Windows 10 S has been updated to the Fall Creators Update, and some of the core built-in apps, like Mail and Calendar, have improved. The Microsoft Store—previously called the Windows Store—has been updated and enhanced with a better apps selection. Is using Windows 10 S any less painful?