Windows 10 will have 7 editions.
Although we still have no fixed date for the launch of the new Microsoft operating system Rumors say it will arrive in July- the details about it are unraveling,
Microsoft in Redmond today unveiled the different editions of Windows 10 that will be available when this development finally comes to light.
In Microsoft they have highlighted it is on the way to launch this summer.
Editions of Windows 10, uncovered:
Windows 10 Home: is the version that is included in most desktop and notebook PCs to be sold, and it will be protagonists as the browser Microsoft Edge, face recognition Windows Hello and, of course, universal applications.
Windows 10 Pro will be equivalent to Windows 8 Pro, and enable jobs and business computers to connect to servers very focused on these scenarios and have access to Windows Update for Business program.
Windows 10 Mobile: be the successor of Windows Phone and will include new versions of Office are optimized for the touch interface and the striking and promising feature we met recently, Continuum for Phones, which will enable your smartphone to become a desktop PC once we connect to a monitor, mouse and keyboard. This version will be available for both mobile phones to small-format tablets (less than 8 inches diagonally) and maintain an interface that will be broadly identical in visual finish we now have on Windows Phone devices.
Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise: designed for large companies, this special edition will allow license the operating system on all smartphones and tablets business and also enjoy "flexible ways for companies to manage updates", and Microsoft promised that these issues will integrate security patches and improvements in innovation as they become available.
Windows 10 Enterprise: This edition builds on Windows 10 Pro but adds features for use in large deployments. As in the case of the mobile edition for business, responsible for Microsoft suggest that this year will be access to security updates and improvements more quickly than in previous years.
Windows 10 Education: derived from the above, this edition is aimed at educational and academic institutions where there are special requirements for staff, administrators, teachers and students. There will be a special licensing program volume for these scenarios also students who want to spend their licenses Home and Pro Windows 10 to Windows 10 Education can do it easily.
Windows 10 IoT Core: This edition of which just gives details let you install a cut of Windows 10 in low-cost devices and editing much more modest benefits. They talk about devices such as gateways, but we only think of an example: the Raspberry Pi 2.
In Microsoft they have highlighted the fact that Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 Pro will be free updates for users with devices and equipment with valid licenses of Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 in the first year of availability operating system.
Questions remain about the version that will integrate the Xbox One, for example -the mentioned alongside HoloLens or SurfaceHub, but without giving more data- and curiously we speak of Windows 10 will be installed in more mundane devices such as ATMs or lifts . It is clear that the ambition of Redmond has been renewed.
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