Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 17115 to the Slow ring


Microsoft's confirmed Wednesday's tweets about Windows 10 S becoming a "mode" available in all versions of Windows and added a prediction it'll be used by a "majority" of users.

Microsoft is planning to reuse its "Creators Update" naming for a third Windows 10 update.

Windows 10 S, in essence, was "Windows 10 Pro in S mode", as veteran Microsoft reporter Mary Jo Foley previously reported. This is also the reason why Windows 10 S computers are more secure and are able to deliver consistent performance.

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The confirmation arrived on Twitter from the Microsoft Vicepresident, Joe Belfiore.

It's also worth considering the timing of the next Windows 10 update, which probably means northern Autumn 2018. Insiders will see different versions of the new privacy interface, allowing Microsoft to see which options might work best for a wider audience. Unless they met a certain conditions, users that were unhappy with its stripped down version of Windows had to pay $49 to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro. Previous reports indicate the fact that S Mode will simply block a copy of Windows 10, such as it will only be capable of installing apps downloaded from the Microsoft Store, which Windows 10 S was announced to do. Windows 10 S users in an educational setting can now upgrade to Windows 10 Pro for free, but "a fee may apply" to everyone else. Despite introduction on the expensive Surface Laptop shown above, Windows 10 S has primarily been found on low-priced machines for the education sector. Windows 10 S now prohibits the installation of applications except for those from Microsoft's Sears-esque Windows Store.

"We use Windows 10's as an option for schools or companies who need a version for simple tasks, but with guaranteed performance". Users can now upgrade such devices to the full version of Windows 10 for a $50 fee.