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Microsoft says 'majority' of Windows 10 use will be 'streamlined S mode'

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Re: S for...

Just because something is in the store for Windows 10 does not mean that it is available for Windows 10S or S-mode.

Well, one of the requirements of store apps is they must work on Windows 10 S. Meaning, every app in their store is restricted.

Of course, that restriction doesn't apply to Microsoft - Linux isn't available to Windows 10 S, and their apps (like Office) are allowed to do more things than normal apps.

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