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Microsoft has a tradition of offering different Windows editions to cater for various devices and user needs. With Windows 10 out on 29th July across the globe, let’s find out about the different Editions of Windows 10.
Home edition will target personal PC users. Windows 10 Home with Cortana -- the personal digital assistant; which is built in feature of Microsoft’s latest web browser – Edge. Windows 10 Home will also include, Continuum tablet mode for touch-capable devices; along with improved existing Windows applications like Photos, Maps, Mail, Calendar, People, Music and many more.
Windows 10 will come integrated with Xbox live, which will allow gamers to glance through their game library or recently played Xbox games on their Xbox and Windows 10 PCs.
Windows 10 Pro
Windows 10 Enterprise
In addition to the Windows 10 Pro's features, the Windows 10 Enterprise has advanced features to target medium and large sized businesses. Under Windows Update for Business program, this edition has far more capabilities to protect devices, applications and sensitive company information. Microsoft will also make this edition available to it's Volume Licensing customers, so they can upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise.
Windows 10 Education
Windows 10 Education includes similar features found in Windows 10 Enterprise edition, but for schools. With this edition Microsoft has aimed at education sector. Schools and students with Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro will also be able to upgrade to Windows 10 Education edition.
Windows 10 Mobile
This edition is built for touch-capable devices like smartphones and small tablets. It will also come integrated with Microsoft’s new web browser Edge; along with improved existing Windows apps like Maps, Mail, Calendar, Office, People and so on.
Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise
For business consumers using smartphones and tablets, Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise will be really a good treat. It will have similar advanced features as Windows 10 Enterprise edition. Similarly, it will be available to Microsoft’s Volume Licensing customers.