Microsoft Surface Hub 2S is now also available in more traditional editions of Windows 10, namely the Pro and the Enterprise. Microsoft released the huge collaborative tablet / whiteboard for businesses last year with a purpose built version of the operating system, called Windows 10 Team OS; but customer feedback has convinced Microsoft to offer more traditional options as well.
Team OS has several UI optimizations for collaborative use, but there are also some limitations to contend with. For example, Win32 apps are not supported, and more generally you can only install apps in the Microsoft Store, nor authentication with Windows Hello. The Microsoft Store constraint also causes some drawbacks from the standpoint of compatibility with third-party accessories and peripherals. With Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise, the device essentially becomes a traditional desktop PC with a huge (and touch) monitor.
Microsoft will later release a fingerprint scanner made specifically for Hub 2S with Windows 10 desktop; alternatively, any third party Windows Hello certified accessory can be used. Microsoft highlights support for kiosk mode among other great advantages of the new edition.
It is not necessary to buy a new Surface Hub 2S to change edition: you can also convert those already purchased with Windows 10 Team OS. Just that the device is properly updated. Full instructions are in the official announcement post, found below by following the SOURCE link.