If you want to run Windows 10 in S mode, in this guide, we'll show you the steps on how to do this.
Originally, Windows 10 S was a separate edition streamlined for performance, security, and limited to the apps available in the Microsoft Store, which required its own installation media.
However, starting with Windows 10 version 1803 (April 2018 Update), Microsoft is removing the "S" edition in favor of "S mode," which offers the same locked down experience, but it's now a feature that can be enabled on Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise.
If you want to run Windows 10 in S mode, you can create your very own USB bootable media that includes the required settings to activate S mode during the installation.
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