The S Mode strategy, which restricts users to running products in the Windows Store, caused the point of view for Windows 10 S to change.
Microsoft is changing its approach to Windows 10 S, the new Windows version designed to compete with Chrome OS. The software giant has previously announced Windows S as a Windows-only version of the tutorial, limited to running Microsoft Store applications. But according to Neowin’s findings, Microsoft is planning a new S Mode for Windows 10 Home, Enterprise and Pro.
This S-Mode will essentially lock all copies of Windows 10 and allow it to run only applications from the Microsoft Store. Thus, Windows 10 S operating system will do what expected to be done. It has been reported that sixty percent of Windows 10 S users prefer to stay on Windows 10 S instead of switching to Windows 10 Pro for free. Sixty percent of those switching to Windows 10 Pro were switched within 24 hours of receiving Windows 10 S. It is seen that 80 percent of those who did not switch within a week decided at 10 S.
Windows 10 Home will get new S Mode
It’s surprising to see that Windows users only have to deal with Microsoft Store applications, but the new strategy of the company means that a larger number of people can get the device running S Mode. As reported, Microsoft allows Windows 10 Home users to disable S Mode for free, but Windows 10 Pro users with S Mode enabled on their devices will have to pay $ 49 to get the full version of Windows 10 Pro.
This strategy is a strategy that needs to be clarified in order to prevent the confusion of the client’s head, whether Microsoft or various PC partners. With home versions having a free transition plan, the cost of Pro versions can bother consumers seeking more elite devices. It all depends on whether the hardware vendors are going to actively market the devices S Mode.