Windows 10 helps students and educators do great things

"Nothing holds a candle to Windows 10 on a Windows device in a learning environment." – Marianthe Williams, Directory of Technology, River Dell Regional School District

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Make the shift to a modern device with Windows 10

Still running Windows 7? It’s time to shift to Windows 10, the best combination of the Windows you know with the latest features and security you need. Combined with Office 365 ProPlus and a modern device, Windows 10 delivers better learning outcomes.

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Learn how to upgrade your device to Windows 10

With price points starting at $189, you can have the latest ruggedized devices in the hands of your students quickly and within budget.

Introducing Windows 10 in S mode

Windows 10 in S mode is an enhanced security mode of Windows 10 Pro that provides schools streamlined security and superior performance.

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The Windows 10 Creators Update has arrived.

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An affordable and accessible learning platform

Set-up a classroom of PCs in an hour. Watch a time-lapse of an IT admin and two educators set up and deploy Windows 10 Creators Update PCs in a classroom, in an hour.

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Safety and security

The most secure, robust, and flexible Windows ever for your students. With multiple layers of integrated security, this is the most secure Windows yet.

Use Microsoft Edge for better learning outcomes

Microsoft Edge is the faster, safer browser to get things done on the web. It has unique capabilities designed to help students and teachers stay focused and organized so they can accomplish more with less effort.

It’s your story, tell it your way

After learning with 3D, 86% of students saw improvement in test scores and 84% of students agreed that 3D improved their learning. Take advantage of 3D on Windows 10 with Microsoft Paint 3D and Photos App.

Bring ideas to life in Paint 3D

Studies show that 3D is a powerful tool for developing spatial skills needed to be successful in the rapidly shifting 21st century workplace.

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75% of higher ed students use video in their assignments.³

Video enables better learning outcomes through deeper engagement, improved achievement levels and positive student satisfaction.4,5

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Learn how Windows 10 delivers better outcomes

IT admins and educators share how Windows 10 digitally transforms classrooms around the world.

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Learn what educators are saying about Windows 10

"We’ve gone from frustration to a fascination for learning and that’s due in part to the availability of Office 365 in general, along with tools like OneNote and OneDrive." – Tim Thalheimer, Technology Director

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Microsoft Intune transforms Seattle School

After several years testing various technology platforms, Seattle Preparatory School realized they needed an education solution that maintained the rigorous standards the school requires.

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Windows 10 helps shape education on a Montana reservation

A big technology upgrade for students in an area that first received mobile phone service in 2017, and where the median family income borders on the poverty line.

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Helping to deploy technology to scale education

"We can lessen the load on our technical staff and use normal educators at the schools to do device onboarding" – Riann Vlok, Head of IT

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Education apps for Windows 10

There are thousands of education apps available for Windows. Find early-learning apps, study aids, and even apps that will help you manage the classroom.

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DISCLAIMER:

1Devices must be configured for educational use by applying SetEduPolicies

2Battery life may vary significantly with usage and settings

3 International survey of 1,500 respondents also indicates that 75% of higher education students now use video in their assignments, Kaltura, 2016

4Digital storytelling increases the permanence of learning and student engagement (Dreon, Kerper, & Landis, 2011), because students take the opportunity to play an active role in their own learning by re-interpreting their experiences rather than memorizing the information available.

5Within the process of creating a digital story, students make more meaningful associations with the subject learned (Yang & Wu, 2012). The story creation process allows people to reflect on their experiences and maintain their independence during the process (Sawyer & Willis, 2011).


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