This week on PUREinfoTech: At its education focus event in New York City, Microsoft announced “Windows 10 S,” a new version of the OS specifically designed for students and teachers, and they also unveiled the Surface Laptop, a traditional clamshell laptop featuring Intel’s latest Core i5/i7 processors. No clip-in keyboard, kickstand, or hybrid that turn into a tablet — just a good old fashion laptop.
Surface Laptop is available for pre-order now at the Microsoft Store.
If you’re still confused about Windows 10 S, here’s how the new OS compares to Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 Home.
This week, Windows 10 Redstone 3 (build 16188) released to the Fast ring for testers. The new preview introduces a new version of Microsoft Edge with a new PDF reader, Cortana settings migrate to the Settings app, the Magnifier settings page gets updated, and Microsoft introduces Windows Defender Application Guard for organizations.
In case you missed the #MicrosoftEdu event, watch the introduction of Windows 10 S:
In this video, you can watch Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President of Devices Panos Panay introducing the Surface Laptop:
Here’s a closer look at the Surface Laptop:
In addition, this week, you learned a few tips to get the most out of Windows 10 with a number of ways to quickly take screenshots without the need of third-party tools.
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