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All Windows 10 Editions Officially Confirmed By Microsoft

Microsoft has not yet provided a confirmed release date for the consumer version of Windows 10 but today it finally confirmed all Windows 10 editions that will be released for customers this summer. This is nothing new, the company always releases multiple editions of its operating system that are geared towards home users, professionals, business users and others.
First up is Windows 10 Home which is aimed at the conventional consumers, people like you and me. Most OEM devices and PCs will ship with this edition of Windows 10. It does include all of the crucial features of the new OS such as Windows Hello face recognition, the new Microsoft Edge web browser, native universal apps and more.
Microsoft will also release a Windows 10 Pro edition which will basically be similar to Windows 8 Pro, an edition that lets businesses use Windows Update for Business and hook up to domains.
Aside from these editions, Windows 10 Enterprise, Windows 10 Education and Windows 10 IoT Core will also be released. The company is actually going to release seven different editions of Windows 10 that cover a wide range of devices and use cases.
The company has also said that starting this fall, users can expect “ongoing innovation and security updates for Windows 10,” including but not limited to advanced management capabilities for businesses and better security.
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