Latest Windows Insider Build Shows New Privacy Screen Settings

Latest Windows Insider Build Shows New Privacy Screen Settings

Microsoft is giving Windows developers another reason to look forward to this spring's Windows 10 feature update, code-named Redstone 4.

Both operating systems -Windows 10 S and Chrome OS- were marketed and became popular due to the restrictions they place on users and the level of control central administrators can have over notebooks deployed among students, professors, or employees, limiting their ability to use the devices for non-work-related tasks.

However, PCWorld senior editor Mark Hachman noted in a tweet yesterday that Futuresource's report did not specifically mention Windows 10 S. When it released Windows 10 S past year, Microsoft said it had developed the OS based on feedback from students, teachers, and school administrators around the world.

If we're to take the Neowin story as 100% accurate, "S Mode" will be available for any owner of Windows 10 Home, Pro, and Enterprise editions. It will be doing away with Windows 10S as a separate, distinct version of Windows, and instead will roll out its functionality into an optional mode built into the OS starting in 2019.

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The tweet was response to a question about branding confusion, with regard to the education-focused version of the operating system's market share. Windows 10 Build 17618 is a big release as it marks the comeback of Sets, a tabbed-like interface in Windows 10. For a $50 fee, any Windows 10 S machine can be transformed into a full-fledged Windows 10 computer. With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) going into effect this May, Microsoft seems to have prepared an overhaul of its privacy settings screen.

Some recent estimates suggest Chrome OS now owns about 60% of the USA education market in grades K-12.

Microsoft is simply calling this 'the AI platform in Windows 10, ' and promises low latency and real-time results by leveraging a given computer's processing power, even name-dropping video game engines as a possible use case for the technology.

"We use Win10S as an option for schools or businesses that want the "low-hassle"/ guaranteed performance version", Microsoft executive Joe Belfiore wrote in a post on Twitter.

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