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Microsoft is currently working on bringing some changes to the Windows 10 SKUs and also making some changes to the licensing system for OEMs. The company is working on making five SKUs available for OEMs with names Entry, Value, Core, Core +, and Advanced which should be pre installed on the devices.

The company could well be offering SKUs at a cheaper cost to the OEMs with the lowest price starting at $25. The Entry SKU with 4GB RAM or less is expected to be priced at $25. There is however a catch for the lower pricing with the company planning to offer the lowest price if the OEMs book bulk orders.

Microsoft which decided to kill the “S” version of the Operating System and is offering the features of Windows 10 S as part of the “S” Mode will be selling the “S” Mode to its OEM partners with Windows 10 Pro S to also be offered as part of the five SKUs mentioned above.

The company has also provided the pricing for each SKU with the Entry version to be priced at $25, Value version is expected to have a price of $45 with Core and Core + to be charged at $65.45 and $86.66 respectively and Advanced is being priced at $101.

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