There’s quite a bit of confusion out there regarding what exactly Windows 10 S is, and the lack of clarity extends to availability and whether or not current Windows users will be able to upgrade to the OS — and if so, how much it will cost.
Microsoft bet big on Continuum's ability to give a phone a desktop experience. Modernized Win32 apps via Project Centennial and UWP are critical to that scenario, so getting developers on board with Windows S is a necessity.
Microsoft unveiled a new 'flavor' of its popular Windows OS, called Windows 10 S, that’s locked to the Windows Store. Should the new OS ship with all new Windows laptops? At least one Windows Central forum user thinks so.