Windows 10 news recap: Commercial edition of Surface Laptop, iTunes closer to being in the Microsoft Store and more

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Apple’s latest update for iTunes on Windows brings it closer to being in the Microsoft Store

A new update to iTunes on desktop adds a new file that makes reference to UWP, giving signs that Apple is closer to releasing its iTunes software on to the Microsoft Store, as promised during BUILD last year, despite delays.

Microsoft offering “Commercial” Surface Laptop with Windows 10 Pro pre-installed

For those in the enterprise space, Microsoft is offering an edition of the Surface Laptop that comes with Windows 10 Pro pre-installed, so that no upgrades are needed after purchase, providing a more seamless purchase and setup experience.

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Microsoft reportedly working on new lightweight version of Windows 10 code-named Polaris

If Windows 10 for desktop, Windows 10 Mobile, and Windows 10 S weren’t enough, Microsoft is now working on another version of Windows 10 that is aimed to be lightweight, the codename being Polaris.

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Office 365 now officially available in the Windows 10 Microsoft Store

Something that Windows 10 S users have been waiting for, Microsoft has now brought Office 365 to the Microsoft Store, allowing dedicated Office apps to be run on its lightweight edition of Windows 10.

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That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!