Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Tito, Feb 1, 2018.
that will never happen from xinso
So the 2018 LTSB/LTSC will have Microsoft Edge?
No, LTSC 2018 will not have Edge, as stated in the first post of this thread.
I can't understand why they don't put Edge in it. IE is really a pretty shabby browser which hasn't been developed in years. But, who am I to know?
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Edge is an app that won't run. The Settings app is an app that runs just fine. This is proof that there's no reason msft can't run Edge on LTSC.
Seriously doubt that the audience that runs LTSB gives a s**t about Edge, and remember that LTSB isn't supposed to be for a daily driver OS anyway.
Actually LTSB is meant for production environments where any downtimes/problems due to Feature Upgrades would cost fortunes. It's the perfect daily driver but not meant to be used by the wide public (even Enterprise/Education/ProWork versions aren't available by MS for the public). But who cares ... .
It runs on LTSB. Needs the WinSxs Browser package from 1607 Pro/Ent install/ISO to be installed (TI elevation required).
xx-XX being the system language
maybe but for how long?
I'm happy that I'm running an LTSB/LTSC version of Win10 minus Edge
the next LTSB/LTSC release from MS could be either 1809 or 1903
Sadly that is true...
Guys do you know how to switch from Pro (Semi-Annual Channel) to LTSB/LTSC? is this even possible?
Possible to go from 14393 Pro to 2016 LTSB. Needs changes in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion, EditionID and CompositionEditionID should show EnterpriseS and ProductName should be set to Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB. Then in-place-upgrade to LTSB via mounted LTSB ISO.
the thirt post over the forum with the same question from the same guy hehe
Yes, to get different answers, now i can get rid of at least one post
And then an activation is needed after the in-place upgrade right? from Pro to Entreprise ?
yep you need to activate after that