Microsoft is on the eve of the release of Windows 10, which will be the last version of the OS the software giant released a version of Windows, which will be available to users. Among other things, confirm the information that Microsoft had not returned to the names used in the Windows Mobile version of the mobile system.
Microsoft has announced that all Windows 10 will have seven modifications. Mobile version of the system designed for smartphones and tablets with small screens, was named Windows 10 Mobile. In addition, corporate customers will also be available for Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise. The latter offer enhanced device management and control updates.
The desktop version of Windows 10 will be presented with the main Home functionality, including a new browser Edge, voice assistant Cortana and face recognition technology Windows Hello. It is also possible to purchase a Windows 10 Pro, which Microsoft is positioning as a solution for small businesses. Both of these versions are included in the program of a free upgrade to Windows 10 to Windows 7, 8 and 8.1.
Will not go away, and Windows 10 Enterprise, focused on medium and large size. There is also a Windows 10 Education specifically for educational institutions. Enterprise, including the Mobile Enterprise, will be used for payment terminals, robotics other environments where reign Linux and Windows XP. “Internet of Things” will have a special version of Windows 10 IoT Core.
Microsoft has once again reported that Windows 10 will be available this summer, and also stressed the presentation of Windows as a service. As previously reported, the system will no longer be obsolete. On the contrary, the OS will continue to receive updates and improvements that will result in Windows 10 to its gradual organic development of new features and capabilities. More updates Microsoft promises to provide “since the fall of this year.”
It is unclear how Microsoft plans to make a system, given the strong focus on the fact that the free transition will be possible during the first year after its official release. One possible option is to introduce a subscription to that previously hinted Microsoft COO Kevin Turner (Kevin Turner). That would be a logical step, given the gradual upgrade system, as we see, for example, in the case of Internet services or third-party browsers.