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Education Edition 1.0

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1.0 was the first non-development release of Education Edition, adding all the exclusive features and features from Windows 10 Edition. It was officially launched on November 1, 2016.[1][2] It is available for purchase in 11 languages and 50 countries around the world.



Classroom Mode
  • Simple, Secure Sign-In
  • Individual student and teacher logins help identify each player in the game, and ensure data privacy & security while playing Minecraft: Education Edition.
  • Single sign-on (SSO) capabilities are supported, so no additional passwords or accounts are required.


  • Comes in 3 sizes
  • Can be written on like signs, but can display more text
Allow and Deny blocks
  • Used to create restricted building areas
  • Allow blocks allow users without the world builder status to place blocks above them
  • Only users with the world builder status can place blocks above deny blocks


  • Can be used to save photos taken by the camera


  • An entity that can capture images.
  • Collections of pictures can be saved with the portfolio.
Non-Player Characters (NPC)
  • Mobs, which a similar look to villagers
  • Will show a "talk" button if the player taps on them