At Microsoft, we are humbled to see more and more students and teachers around the world using Microsoft products including Windows 10, Office, OneNote, Skype, and more to achieve academic success and prepare for their futures.
According to Futuresource*, Windows continues to be the leading global platform for K-12 education, with twice as many Windows devices shipped in 2015 as our closest competitor.
Educators are turning to Windows 10 because of familiar and more personal experience for students and educators, as well as the safety and security features Windows 10 offers. And, Windows 10 devices are affordable as devices start at $199 and offer a broad range of devices for any budget.
In addition, from OneNote and Skype to Sway and Minecraft we are committed to building immersive and inclusive learning experiences for students and teachers. Learn more about this exciting work from Tony Prophet, Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Marketing, over on the Microsoft News Center today.
* Futuresource's 2015 market report tracks sales of mobile computers (excluding desktops) into K-12 education. Mobile computer category includes Notebook, Chromebook, Netbook and Tablets.