Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 earlier this year, the forthcoming operating system for all types of Windows devices including phones, tablets, and PCs. The company also released the Windows 10 Technical Preview for desktop computers, which comes with lots of consumer oriented features. Microsoft is now detailing several features aimed squarely at businesses. Also Read - Xbox Series X restock in India possible by early August, no news on Series S
The company announced that it will include support for customized web-based app stores for enterprise users. In other words, Microsoft will let organizations curate their own app stores with complete control over what apps they offer and which employees can download them. Also Read - How to disable Cortana on Windows 10 PC in a few simple steps
This feature is not for individuals buying computers for their personal use, and is meant for bigger organizations. This is one of the many features Microsoft is introducing for organizations, which have largely skipped Windows 8 and have stuck around with Windows 7. It clearly wants to avoid the Windows XP-like scenario, wherein most of the computers around the globe were still running on the operating system long after the company had discontinued updates. Also Read - Xbox Game Pass: List of games coming to consoles in July, big games releasing next month
The company will be releasing the Windows 10 sometime next year. It is allowing enthusiasts to test and try out the new operating system through its Windows Insider Program.