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The other advantage to that limitation is that it makes it all but impossible to download viruses, malware, or even battery-draining old-school software that might run in the background and gum up your works. However, for $49, you can switch Windows 10 S to Windows 10 Pro. That would make it your everyday, normal Windows, minus what Myerson calls the promise of those performance boosts. Microsoft has also unveiled a lineup of Windows 10 S-powered laptops from the likes of HP, Samsung, and Acer, mostly all with touchscreens and pen styluses, starting at a school-budget-friendly $229. Microsoft also unveiled the new Surface Laptop, a new $999 Windows 10 S-powered computer designed to go head-to-head with Apple’s MacBook in higher education.While Microsoft has made many of its best Office apps and services available on Google’s Android and Apple iOS over the past few years, Myerson says, Windows 10 S represents a renewed focus on what makes Windows itself great. [Windows] is our platform, upon which all our best work is done, says Myerson. Microsoft has tried this before: The Surface RT, Microsoft’s first-ever tablet, shipped in 2012 with Windows RT, a version of Windows 8 that promised higher speed and better battery life, with the tradeoff that you could only download apps from the Windows Store. The flop of the Surface RT led Microsoft to take a $900 million writeoff.

Now, Microsoft is trying again. This time, though, Myerson and Microsoft’s community of PC manufacturing partners think it’ll be different. At the very least, people already like Windows 10 better than 8 or RT. Microsoft was kind of telling customers what they wanted, says Mike Nash, VP of Customer Experience at HP, which is making one of the first Windows 10 S laptops. Windows 10 S is listening to what they need.The HP ProBook x360 11 EE will be one of the first Windows 10 S computers on the market. It also comes in a Windows 10 Pro edition.HPAnd Windows RT was only really available on the more premium Surface RT, Myerson notes, whereas Windows 10 S will be available on a whole range of hardware. For education, Microsoft is asking PC manufacturers to target 4GB of RAM and 64GB hard drives, and it generally has much lower minimum requirements than the full Windows 10 Pro.Myerson also says Microsoft has worked with developers to bring a bunch of popular education apps to the Windows Store, including Khan Academy and Fluid Math.The store might still might not have popular consumer apps like Snapchat or Pokémon Go, but Myerson says it has what students actually need. That includes the rich, full, desktop Microsoft Office apps, says Myerson — as opposed to the lesser mobile app versions it used to have in stock. Those Office apps will be available in the Windows Store soon, according to Microsoft.

Finally, Windows 10 S has that escape hatch. If you don’t like the limitations, you can pay $49 (or less for smaller Windows 10 S tablets) to get access to Windows 10 Pro. At that point, it’s just good old Windows 10, minus the streamlining.In a bigger-picture sense, much of what Microsoft is doing is intended to stem the rise of Google in education. Google’s low-cost Chromebook laptops make Chrome OS the most popular operating system in American classrooms, and it’s giving Google’s G Suite productivity suite a leg up on Microsoft Office. As a way to get schools on board, Microsoft is letting schools upgrade from Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10 for free. Plus, schools get to flip back and forth between Windows 10 S and Pro at whim, too, no fee required. And in addition to Windows 10 S, Microsoft recently previewed a service it calls InTune for Education, now available today. It lets school districts manage all of the Windows 10 devices in their care, determining which groups of which students get which apps. Microsoft pitches it as way better than Google’s similar solutions for managing Chromebooks.

Later this year, PowerPoint will get the ability to include 3D animations, a boon for classroom presentations.MicrosoftWe think what we will be releasing will be lightyears ahead, says Microsoft Corporate VP Yusuf Mehdi.On the software side, Microsoft Office 365 for Education is getting some upgrades to the OneNote and Microsoft Teams apps, making it easier for people to work together, going after G Suite’s strengths in real-time collaboration — shoring up areas where we’ve had weakness, Mehdi says.In other words, Microsoft is viewing this as one big holistic plan to get Microsoft, and all its services, into the classroom. Mehdi says that some might see Microsoft as late to this space, but he thinks all Google’s Chromebooks did was pave the way for Microsoft to come in swinging. The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.I’m not what I’d call a light packer. The contents of my work bag could rival Mary Poppins’. In addition to the basics — phone, wallet, and keys — it houses everything from whatever book I’m currently reading, to makeup, to extra pairs of socks.

London-based Knomo recently sent me one of its best-selling leather totes, the Maddox, to try, and it has made me a lot more organized.Founded in 2004 by Howard Harrison, Benoit Ruscoe, and Alistair Hops, Knomo bags are made with nomadic professionals — those who work remotely or freelance — in mind.Each bag has tons of pockets to fit your wallet, tablet, laptop, and much more. Some even have dedicated spaces for eternal batteries, which you can also purchase through Knomo.Knomo’s Maddox leather tote has quickly become my go-to work bag. It can fit my gym clothes and sneakers or a 15-inch laptop inside and still have space for all my other essentials. With several different-sized compartments, everything has its place — even my apartment keys. And if privacy is of the utmost importance to you, there’s even a RFID-blocking pocket inside.My favorite feature is the bag’s discreet external pocket. Not only does the pocket’s magnetic closure keep my phone safe, it also makes it easy to access if I need to send a quick email or text when I’m on the go.Knomo’s bag has been a game-changer for work. It makes it significantly easier to find what I need, plus allocating each pocket to a certain item has actually helped lightened my everyday carry.Knomo’s Maddox Leather Top-Zip Tote retails for $299-$349 and comes in five great, work-friendly colors.
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Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Business Insider’s Insider Picks team. We aim to highlight products and services you might find interesting, and if you buy them, we get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. We frequently receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product is featured or recommended. We operate independently from our advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback. Have something you think we should know about? Email us at insiderpicks@businessinsider.com.The ubiquitous Google Chrome web browser is great, but it has long been known to be a battery hog. Now, Microsoft is taking aim at Chrome’s weak spot.In a blog post published today, Microsoft boasts that the Edge browser that comes with every copy of the new Windows 10 operating system gets you as much as 70% more battery life than Google Chrome and 43% as much battery than Firefox on a laptop.Previously, Microsoft claimed that Edge was 112% faster than Chrome.To prove its battery-life claims, Microsoft did browser battery tests with Surface Book laptops under laboratory conditions. There’s a time-lapse video:

We used the same websites you spend your time on — Facebook, Google, YouTube, Amazon, Wikipedia and more, the post said of the lab test. Here are the results of its more scientific lab tests, in graph form:And then, to drive it home, Microsoft measured the battery life on real-world Windows 10 computers and tablets, using anonymized information gleaned from users:
rmicrosoft real world browser power consumption
MicrosoftMicrosoft may be winning the battery-life battle per these results, which were independently corroborated by The Wall Street Journal. And the company promises that Edge is getting even more battery-efficiency improvements with the Windows 10 Anniversary update, coming later this summer. That update also adds browser-extension support for tools like password management app LastPass to Edge.But Edge is still losing the browser war: Despite the fact that it comes with all of the nearly 300 million Windows 10 installations out there, the latest data from tracking authority W3Counter places the combined market share of Microsoft’s Edge and Internet Explorer browsers at a meager 10.3% — versus Chrome’s 58.7%.

Meanwhile, the race for better batteries goes on: Microsoft itself has an ambitious plan to build batteries that last much longer than the laptops we’re used to.The first batch of reviews for Apple’s new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar are in, and they’re mixed.If you need a new laptop, are a Mac user, and have the money to spend, go ahead and buy the new MacBook Pro, my colleague Steve Kovach writes. The latest MacBook Pro model is slimmer, more powerful, and downright attractive, he wrote.It’s the best MacBook you can buy, but it’s also not for everyone.Other reviewers had issues with the laptop’s battery life, next-generation Thunderbolt ports, and questioned the usefulness of the laptop’s banner new feature, a touchscreen strip that replaces the function keys that Apple calls Touch Bar.The new MacBook Pro comes in three main versions: one with a 13-inch screen without the Touch Bar touchscreen keyboard integration, one with a 13-inch screen and a Touch Bar, and one with a 15-inch screen and a Touch Bar. These reviews focus on the versions with the Touch Bar. Here’s what tech pundits are saying about Apple’s latest computer: So how do you decide? Do you invest in the present—the “old” MacBook Pro with performance, good-enough portability, a keyboard to cherish and lots of ports? Or do you invest in the future—a beautiful, highly portable machine with new tricks? Or maybe you do what I’m doing: Stare down at your three-year-old laptop and wonder if you can tough it out another year or two while this sorts itself out.

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