Somewhat confusingly, reliable Windows journalist/guru Mary Jo Foley said that according to her sources, Windows 10 Cloud won’t technically be a cloud-based operating system, and will instead be a lightweight version of Windows more in line with the maligned Windows RT. This means it will only allow people to use UWP apps/those that have been digitally signed off by Microsoft. In other words, that it’ll work with Windows Store apps only.
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"The culprit of my problem stemmed from the fact that I have bought a brand new computer that utilized a UEFI firmware vice a BIOS. With that being said, the UEFI firmware has an embedded certificate with a product key to Windows 8.1 Home edition."