Microsoft expects the ‘majority of customers’ to use Windows 10’s S mode

Microsoft expects that the “majority of customers” will enjoy Windows 10 in its new S mode, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of Windows wrote in a recent blog post.

The stunning endorsement of Windows 10’s S mode—which was formally confirmed as a  only very recently—was made by Joe Belfiore, via Twitter that he expected the transition to take place in 2019. Belfiore’s blog post set an even more aggressive timetable, claiming that customers would be able to buy a PC with Windows 10 S mode at or near the time when the next feature update to Windows 10 drops. That update, known as Redstone 4, is expected to appear on PCs in early April.

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