Microsoft hopes classrooms welcome Windows 10 STerry Myerson, head of Microsoft's Windows and Devices group, introduces a new streamlined version of Windows designed for schools.
Well, I'm proud today to introduce you to Windows 10 S. [APPLAUSE] It is streamlined for simplicity, it is secure and it runs with superior performance. But I personally like to think of it as Windows 10 S, the soul of today's Windows. We've taken everything that teachers need, and millions of people love about Windows 10, and created a new Windows experience that's ideal for all of our creative endeavors inside and out of the classroom. Let me show you Windows 10 S. [BLANK_AUDIO] So, here I am running Windows 10 S on a Surface Book. Windows 10 S runs off on the four range of Windows 10 [UNKNOWN] like this powerful Surface Book, but also the entry spec devices that we find in classrooms all over the world. And the first you'll notice about Windows 10 S, is a new default desktop image. Just like we've streamlined Windows 10 to create Windows 10 S. The default desktop image on Windows 10 S has been streamlined, and is still beautiful. Now everything, that runs on Windows 10 S Is downloaded from the Windows Store. Which means first, it's verified for security and performance. But then when it's downloaded to the device, it runs in the safe container, to ensure tha the execution of the application doesn't impact the overall performance of the rest of the system, allowing the performance of the device to be the same on day 1, as day 1,000 in use of the device Had as many applications within the Windows store, but it's pretty exciting to announce today that the Office Suite, the full desktop applications, Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and more will be coming soon to the Windows store.