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Another Windows has arrived, Windows 11 SE for schoolchildren

The new system is made for particularly cheap machines. You can also install third-party programs on it, but the traditional Microsoft Store is omitted.

Microsoft has announced a version 11 of Windows 11 specifically designed for the educational environment; they promise that the stripped-down system won’t strain assets and offers several beneficial changes.

These include removing the widget section from major version 11 because Microsoft believed the panel could confuse students. The 11 SE also lacks the Microsoft Store, but third-party programs can still be installed on the interface. The system also automatically backs up to OneDrive,

and they are available offline, ie without the Internet.

In the new kind of Windows, programs always start in full-screen mode, but students can use them easily, even side by side — in a single window. The supported software includes Google Chrome and Zoom (so these can be installed), but the company has not yet shared the exact list.

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Microsoft says Windows 11 SE will be available with cheaper laptops. Such devices will be manufactured by Acer, Asus, Dell, Dynabook, Fujitsu, HP, JK-IP, Lenovo, and Positivo, but the purchase price is not yet known. In addition, Microsoft will launch its device with this interface, and it will be available for $ 249 (approximately HUF 78,000). The base model features an Intel Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of eMMC storage, and an 11.6-inch (1366 x 768) display from the Surface Laptop SE.

Microsoft’s current announcement can also be interpreted as a kind of war message. The company has long been trying to break into the market for cheaper notebooks, where Chromebooks and Chrome OS on such devices have been dominant so far, but the attempt has so far been unsuccessful.

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