Single Windows For Everyone. It seems like the promise is going very well, since Microsoft announced all versions of Windows 10, and point of interest is that, they have been more than the main Windows 8.
Microsoft reveals the Six Editions of Windows 10
A total of six different Windows 10 version will be available when the operating system is officially launched in the coming months, included Home, Mobile, Pro, Enterprise, Education and Mobile Enterprise. For now, the company has not revealed the price of each of these flavors, licensing or features thereof.
Windows 10 Home:
Desktop publishing is focused on the consumer. It will offer a familiar and personal experience for PCs, tablets and 2-in-1, and will include key features such as browser Edge, integration with Cortana, applications Video and Music, Photos, Maps, Mail and Calendar, and recognition system face / iris / fingerprint Windows Hello to login. Those using Windows 10 Home on devices with smaller screens 10.1 inches, also receive free Universal applications Office.
Windows 10 Pro:
Mobile workers, technology enthusiasts and other high-end users are the focus of this release. Pro and Enterprise users can choose Windows Update to Business, which allows the administrator to choose not to receive all features and security updates as soon as they become available.
Windows 10 Enterprise:
For high-volume consumer licenses. It allows them to gain access to the Division of Long Term Service Windows 10, where they can choose to receive only security updates, and avoid new features of the new Windows soon as they are available.
Windows 10 Education:
Staff, administrators, students, and teachers will receive this version by using Volume Licensing. Microsoft ensures that there will be ways for schools and students can upgrade from Windows 10 Home and Pro, although there is no information on how they will.
Windows 10 Mobile:
This version is developed for Windows Phones, and small tablets based on Intel and ARM. The main features of Windows 10 are included, along with the Universal Free Office and support for Cell Continuum.
Mobile Enterprise Windows 10:
This is the version for volume licenses, and only incorporates the latest features and security updates once they become available.
The new Windows still does not have a specific launch date, but rumors indicate that will be available in July. Users of Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 will be a free upgrade for the first year, but it is unclear what will happen next.