p At first glance, Windows 10 S makes perfect sense.
That makes it a good fit for schools, with laptops running the software priced as low as $189.
But the most remarkable thing about the operating system in its current form may be its reliance on the Windows Store.
In Microsoft’s sales pitch, limiting the ways in which users can download content is actually a net positive.
Certainly it’s easy to see how such a strict structure is beneficial in a classroom setting.
Letting students download things at will is most likely a recipe for chaos, malware and, well, all sorts of things you’d rather not introduce into a classroom setting.