I’ve been hearing for a long time that Microsoft is going to release a new system after Windows 11!
Actually, I know Windows 11 won’t be Microsoft’s last operating system, as proof Microsoft officially announced a new operating system today.
It goes without saying that this system is called windows11SE, which is based on windows11, mainly for the education market.
The configuration requirements are relatively low and the system settings are simpler. Basic programs such as ZOOM and Edge are built in, and third-party application support is added to realize the installation of applications, including exams and classroom layout, which is convenient for students. users.
If you are interested, you can find out more and then briefly introduce the properties of the system.
Windows 11 SE looks like a simplified version of Windows 11. Of course, the taskbar is still centered, but Microsoft has simplified the user interface, the program opens in full screen mode, the split screen function does not support supported that opening two apps, and the widgets on the desktop and the app store have also been removed.
When students want to install apps, teachers need to control which tools and apps are downloaded.
Thus, since it is intended for the education market, Microsoft office software must be essential.
The system is pre-installed with Word, Excel, PPT and OneDrive (files can be saved intelligently locally so that the homework assigned by the teacher is automatically saved on the student’s computer and the student can write offline assignments. Once connected to the Internet, OneDrive can automatically sync edited content, automatically submit tasks, OneNote, and other Office apps.
When paired with the goal of managing deployments and protecting school data, Windows 11 SE inevitably requires Intune for Education.
Intune for Education provides a simpler, more secure cloud management solution that makes it easier for schools or institutions to manage devices.
In addition, the system is designed as a cloud-based operating system, which in some cases can be faster than a traditional Windows version.
In addition, according to official information, Windows 11 SE only supports low-end processors and is suitable for devices with 4/8 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of storage space.
Currently, Windows 11SE does not have an ISO image file, so users cannot install or switch to non-Windows 11SE computers. Microsoft also said that there is no special Chinese version of Windows 11 SE and that it is still under review.