Microsoft today released a new set of free education software updates to help students get the most out of Windows 10 for elementary, middle and high school students.
The free updates are available to Windows 10 laptops, desktop computers, tablets and notebooks, and include a variety of new features, including:In addition to the free education updates, Microsoft also released a number of educational tools that offer improved ways to customize and tailor your learning experience.
For example, you can now use the Windows 10 Learning Studio to manage your students’ learning plans, or set up your own personal learning plan for specific groups.
Additionally, the company has also released new features for the Xbox app, including a new feature that lets you access your Xbox Live friends list and Xbox Live Achievements, and it’s also making it easier to share your Xbox One games with your friends.
Finally, Microsoft is also making some changes to its Xbox Live app.
In the coming months, you’ll be able to log into your Xbox 360 and Windows 10 accounts using your Windows credentials instead of your Xbox account number.
That means that if you’ve purchased a new Xbox One console and you’re using the Xbox 360 as your primary console, you won’t be able access your accounts on the Xbox One.
Instead, you should update your Xbox to the latest version of the Xbox Live service and then log into the console with your new Xbox account.
Microsoft has also made some major changes to the way Windows 10 Mobile is built, and those changes are expected to help make Windows 10 easier for kids to learn.
For example, Microsoft says that the company is changing how Windows 10 mobile apps are designed to make them easier to use.
The company is introducing a new UI that makes it easier for users to navigate the Windows app to find things and options.
Microsoft is making the UI more responsive, making the apps easier to see in small, easy-to-read windows.
Microsoft says that this UI is available to developers and will roll out to all Windows 10 phones and tablets in the coming weeks.
In the coming days, Microsoft will also launch an upgrade for Windows 10 PCs, which will make the OS more stable and extend the life of devices.
The upgrade will be available in a limited number of countries, but the company says it will make it available to all users in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Brazil, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, India, Ireland, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, Japan, Malaysia, India and South Africa.