New Windows 10 Cumulative Update now available with fixes for version 1703

Windows 10 S Coming To All Windows 10 Versions Thanks To The S Mode
New cumulative update now available for Creators Update PCs
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10 March, 2018

The company originally created Windows 10 S for the education market.

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Last year, Microfost introduced a light version of the Windows 10 OS that only allowed the users run apps from Microsoft official store. Despite having some advantages, the Windows 10 S id not quite go down well with users, probably the shortage of apps in the Microsoft Store.

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Microsoft's therefore decided that "Starting with the next update to Windows 10, coming soon, customers can choose to buy a new Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro PC with S mode enabled, and commercial customers will be able to deploy Windows 10 Enterprise with S mode enabled". "Based on that feedback, we are simplifying the experience for our customers".

Microsoft today released a new Cumulative Update for Windows 10 devices running Creators Update aka version 1703. Well, even though it even received an encouragement from Google, this operating system was not received well. Now he's revealed more detail in a blog post that said customers like 10 S but "the naming was a bit confusing for both customers and partners". We expect the majority of customers to enjoy the benefits of Windows 10 in S mode. 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. The past two major Windows 10 updates have been named "Creators Update" and "Fall Creators Update" respectively. ANd also users can switch back to the normal mode when they needed.

Microsoft will bring new S Mode to all editions of Windows 10.


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