On this week's episode of #AskDanWindows I tackle Windows 10 S, should Microsoft launch an iMessage competitor, and the tech I recommend for fitness.
Microsoft has finally outlined upcoming changes to Windows 10 S, turning it into a mode and making it more accessible to users.
Microsoft corporate vice president Joe Belfiore has confirmed that Windows 10 S will be replaced by an "S Mode" for all versions of Windows 10 in 2019.
Windows 10 S is turning into a mode that runs on Windows 10 Home and Pro instead of being its own version. Here's what that means, and what's changing.
Windows 10 S as a standalone edition of Windows is no more. Instead, Microsoft is turning that idea into a mode that runs on top of other editions of Windows 10.
Microsoft is now selling a new entry-level Surface Laptop SKU for $799 with an Intel Core m3 processor.
Windows 10 is a solid OS but Microsoft also has a more affordable option available for laptops called Windows 10 S. Here are a few reasons you should at least consider it.
Google has introduced a new "Chrome Installer" app on the Microsoft Store that acts as a portal for downloading the official Chrome browser.
Our editor Zac Bowden has been using the Surface Laptop and Windows 10 S for six months now. Here's how both have held up so far.
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