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Windows 11, which has continued to renew itself since the journey started in June, has recently reached a stable version. Now, the education-oriented SE version has been released. So what’s the difference between them? In the table below, the ones written in bold indicate the subtitles, and the ones that are not in bold indicate which version of Windows the features are in. It explains that the parts with “-” sign do not have the feature.

Windows 11 Windows 11 SE
Education experience designed for everyone Education experience designed for everyone
Online and offline productivity powered by the cloud Online and offline productivity powered by the cloud
Improved accessibility with touchscreen and voice typing Improved accessibility with touchscreen and voice typing
Make deployment simple, manageable and secure Make deployment simple, manageable and secure
Cloud priority device management powered by Intune and Azure Active Directory Cloud priority device management powered by Intune and Azure Active Directory
Cloud managed via Intune for Education only
Runs all Windows applications (UWP, PWA and Win32)
Optimized performance for low cost dollar devices Optimized performance for low cost dollar devices
Basidollar with the versatility of Windows tuned for education Optimized User Experience (UX) Basidollar with the versatility of Windows tuned for education Optimized User Experience (UX)
Foreground app support Foreground app support
Devices with 128GB storage or → 8GB memory or higher performance CPU
Upgrade from Windows 10 Upgrade from Windows 10
Upgradeable

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