Microsoft’s new education platform Dewsoft has a lot to offer over and above its US competitor, it seems
Microsoft’s education platform, Dewsoft, has been the darling of the tech world for the past few years.
The company has been hailed for making education a better option, with Microsoft investing millions in schools to create a new “dew soft” education platform.
The platform has seen a meteoric rise in popularity over the last few years, thanks in large part to its focus on digital learning.
The biggest thing about the platform is its focus, however, on digital education.
There’s not a lot of competition for digital learning, and with Microsoft’s focus on education, you can bet it’s going to continue to do so.
While Microsoft has focused on digital, its also made the effort to get more of its users to use its apps.
The new Windows 10 version is also being rolled out across the platform, with the Windows Insider Program (which allows people to test new versions of Windows) also being revamped.
The upgrade will see the introduction of a new education-focused app, which is available for download in the Windows Store.
The new app will also include a few new features, including the ability to track your student’s progress and provide feedback on their education.
Microsoft’s new digital learning platform, Windows 10, is set to be rolled out to Windows Insiders later this month.
Microsoft has been working on the new education app for a few months now, and it seems like the company is finally getting to the point where it can begin rolling it out to a wider range of Windows Insider users.
This news is sure to bring a bit of optimism to the education community, especially since Microsoft has now rolled out Windows 10 to over 10 million users.
The upcoming Windows 10 upgrade will bring with it the same set of digital features that Windows 8 and 8.1 already offered, so it should be a fantastic platform to use on a daily basis.
The app has been released to the Windows Insulator Store on February 1, and we’ll have more updates on Microsoft’s digital education platform over the coming days.
You can check out the screenshots below to get an idea of what to expect when Microsoft’s Dewsoft Digital Learning app is rolled out for Windows 10.
Source: Microsoft via TechRadaread.com