Focus On Education
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a new push to get Windows 10 into more K-12 classrooms, along with a new Surface device targeted at college students. Microsoft is seeking to make its operating system a better fit for K-12 schools with a simplified new version, dubbed Windows 10S. And the company is positioning its new Surface Laptop as a sleek and powerful device running Windows 10S. Both moves are aimed at ramping up competition with other key players – with Google's Chrome OS and Chromebooks in K-12 education, and with Apple's MacBook line among college students.
In the following slides, we've rounded up five key things to know about the Windows 10S operating system and Surface Laptop.