Microsoft has announced a new "streamlined" version of Windows 10, primarily targeting the education market. Windows 10 S will only be able to run apps installed from the Windows Store.
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Microsoft is hosting an event in New York City today, where it will make a series of education-focused announcements, including a new edition of Windows 10, and a 'Surface Laptop', among other things.
Microsoft will be hosting an event on May 2, at which it's expected to announce its new Windows 10 Cloud edition - possibly known as 'Windows 10 S' - along with new hardware, and more.
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Microsoft recommends that Windows 10 Cloud devices should have a quad-core processor, at least 4GB RAM and 32GB storage (64GB for 64-bit), and provide "all-day" battery life for "most students".
Microsoft has sent out invitations for its next big event, which will be held on May 2 in New York City. With the hashtag '#MicrosoftEDU', it seems that it may have a focus on education.
Microsoft's spring event has its own codename - 'Bespin', after the fictional Star Wars planet, home to Cloud City - and Windows 10 Cloud is likely to be the key focus... perhaps with a device or two.
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In the newly leaked Windows 10 Cloud build 15042, users are now able to download Win32 apps from the Windows Store. This was not possible in the previously leaked Cloud build, 15025.
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Details have emerged revealing how users will be able to upgrade Windows 10 Cloud - the new 'lightweight' version of the OS - to the more fully-featured Pro edition, via a Windows Store purchase.
While Microsoft's unannounced Windows 10 Cloud SKU is meant to only run apps from the Windows Store, someone has bypassed this restriction, using the Desktop App Converter to install Google Chrome.
Epic Games co-founder Tim Sweeney is continuing his attack on Microsoft's still-unannounced SKU of Windows, which is currently known as Windows 10 Cloud, referring to it as "ransomware".
While Windows 10 Cloud will only run apps that are downloaded and installed from the Windows Store, a new report says that you'll also be able to purchase an upgrade to a full version of Windows.
A build of the rumored SKU of Windows called Windows 10 Cloud leaked yesterday, so naturally, we went hands on with it to show what the operating system is, and what it certainly isn't.
A build of the rumored Windows 10 Cloud SKU has leaked, and it's just what you expected. The upcoming version of Windows only runs apps from the Store, similar to the days of Windows RT.
Screenshots from the rumored upcoming Windows 10 Cloud SKU have leaked, and it looks a lot like Windows RT, right down to the message that a user gets when attempting to run a non-Store app.
Epic Games co-founder Tim Sweeney is once again calling out Microsoft and its Universal Windows Platform, this time for Windows 10 Cloud, which is an OS that doesn't even exist yet.
A new report is detailing what we can expect from Microsoft's Windows 10 Cloud SKU, and it sounds pretty similar to Windows RT. It will be a version of Windows that only runs apps from the Store.
Earlier this week, we learned of Microsoft's intentions to build a 'Cloud Shell' for Windows 10. Now, a reference to a similarly-named SKU has appeared in the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build.
Microsoft's new shell for Windows 10 is described as a "lightweight version of Windows designed for the modern computing world" - but the report raises more questions than it answers for now.