Microsoft is expected to unveil Windows 10 Cloud at its #MicrosoftEDU event. The new SKU of the OS will only run apps that are designed for the Windows Store, and it's meant to be a competitor to Chromebooks in the educational space.
Unfortunately, there's still one big problem with Windows 10 going head-to-head with Chrome OS. Chrome is updated frequently and seamlessly by Google; however, Microsoft's Edge browser is only updated - aside from security updates - in new feature builds of Windows 10, which only happens twice per year. But according to internal sources.
That's all going to change in September, when the next feature update to Windows 10, codenamed Redstone 3, is released. Users will finally be able to get updates to the Edge browser via the Windows Store, which will allow Microsoft to add new features more frequently.