Which Windows 10 PCs are ready to go?
Posted On May 11, 2021
On Monday, Microsoft released the first Windows 10 Professional Edition, which includes some new features.
The PC has been updated to run the new operating system with a new update to the Microsoft Edge browser and Microsoft Edge Personalization, which allows you to customize the desktop in an effort to keep tabs on your personal information and prevent data leaks.
However, you’ll still need to install Windows 10 Home for work.
Microsoft Edge will also come with new features, like the ability to hide notifications, block websites and share documents.
The company is also introducing a new version of Office for Mac that will include the ability for businesses to easily share documents and documents from their PCs to a cloud server.
The updates will roll out on Tuesday.
The company also announced a Windows 10 Anniversary Update for Windows 10 Mobile for $49.99 and the company is updating its PC and Xbox One versions to the new OS, so that you’ll be able to run it on your Xbox One.
You can check out the full list of new features in the release notes for the PC.