Microsoft is switching its approach to Windows 10 S, its new version of Windows that’s designed to compete with Chrome OS. The software giant originally announced Windows 10 S as a dedicated version of Windows for education customers that’s restricted to running Microsoft Store apps.

After negative feedback, Microsoft decided to kill off Windows 10 S and now it’s included by default as a Mode. We still have preserved the ISO files for it, for history and not for production use.

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