Microsoft Picked A Name For The Smartphone-Friendly Build Of Windows 10

Microsoft Picked A Name For The Smartphone-Friendly Build Of Windows 10


Microsoft has a grip of Windows 10 versions on tap, it revealed today, most importantly noting that the smartphone-friendly build of the operating system will be called “Windows 10 Mobile.”

The software company has made repeated mentions of the idea that Windows 10 is a single platform, capable of serving any number of device form factors. That’s true, but the company has tuned the operating in a number of ways. (For an early look at Windows 10 Mobile in action, head here.)

Here’ the breakdown:

  • Windows 10 Home: Windows 10 for your parents.
  • Windows 10 Mobile: Windows 10 for your friend who has a Windows Phone.
  • Windows 10 Pro: Windows 10 for business folks.
  • Windows 10 Enterprise: Windows 10 for, ahem, the enterprise.
  • Windows 10 Education: Volume-purchasable build for schools.
  • Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise: Those enterprise devices aren’t going to manage themselves!
  • Windows 10 IoT Core: Windows 10 for ATMs…

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