Doesn’t time fly? It seems like only yesterday that we were all celebrating the launch on Windows 10, but that was almost a year ago! Way back on the official release day of July 29th 2015, it was announced that qualified Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 users could upgrade to Windows 10 for free before July 29th 2016.
Well that day is now less than two months away(!), and with the summer holidays around the corner there’s no excuse why your students shouldn’t return to a fully operational Windows 10 classroom in September.
In addition to this, there are some other helpful guides in the Windows 10 for Education section of the TechNet blog aimed at anyone seeking to get their classroom technology up to date with Windows 10.
Use the Set up School PCs app (Preview)
Teachers and IT administrators can use the Set up School PCs app to quickly set up computers for students. A computer set up using the app is tailored to provide students with the tools they need for learning while removing apps and features that they don’t need.
The full article covers the following:
- What does this app do?
- Tips for success
- Set up School PCs app step-by-step
- Create the setup file in the app
- Apply the setup file to PCs
- Learn more