So... China gets to get rid of the deadwood that a Government doesn't need... Well a Government doesn't need Cortana either.... Corporate America doesn't really need OneDrive, let alone Cortana. For that matter, average joe citizens don't need the extra conveniences. They might desire them after using them, and they might not. They might investigate first and decide that even in the "lesser" data collection mode MS is gathering waaaaaay to much info through these conveniences (I heard that the lesser was still like 80% of what you do and type... and the full was like 100%. Verify this by reading the Developer's Edition release on what they collect. (Mind you the way its worded, it excludes previous editions.)Out of the box, Microsoft said that the Windows 10 Enterprise Edition OS already has a massive suite of security, deployment, and management features out of the box, but the China Government Edition will let its users remove features that are not needed in government work. One example Microsoft gave is OneDrive. In addition, government officials can use the management feature to monitor and deploy updates as needed, or they can embed their own encrypted algorithms into the software.