[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Enterprise (N) LTSC 2019

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  1. 3zero3

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    This still proves to be the best version of Windows 10.
     
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    Unacceptable mistake.
     
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    Yeah I am forced to use Enterprise non LTSC every once in a while and it sucks.
    Its like when you buy an Android phone and there's tons of Google and OEM crap you'll never use.

    Debloating a phone is 10 minutes of work, debloating windows is a nightmare. If it wasn't for LTSC I don't know what I'd do.
     
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    I agree bro this is the best OS that M$FT already make trust me :D:worthy: after Windows XP...:p
     
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    What don't you like about Windows 7? :)
     
  11. Tiger-1

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    yes my friend is an excellent OS but your time is up now we're in another world can believe...;):D
     
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  12. shatheone

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    so ive tried to read a few pages in the thread and also the OP to get a understanding of all this, its alot of files that ive never heard of so i would first like to know if this windows version would even be optimal for the pc. i would be installing ltsc or ltsb on an older thinkpad (t430) that would be primarily used by my mom. she doesnt use too many different programs, the biggest concern would be how easy it would be to get updates. the only reason i want an ltsc/ltsb is because of the optimization since its an older laptop. i understand that ltsb is the better choice if you dont have newer hardware. so the few questions i have is

    1.) is ltsb more difficult to install than ltsc, and is it the better option on older hardware

    2.) with either version, do any future updates have to be manually installed

    3.) exactly what files would i need to install/activate the recommended version for the laptop (ltsc, ltsb)

    thank you
     
  13. Enthousiast

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    It installs the same way as all other SKUs
    The whole purpose of using Long Term Serviced SKUs is to avoid the bi-annual feature updates (normal security and quality fixes will be available as usual)
    LTSC: key, KMS or KMS38
    LTSB: key, KMS or HWID.
     
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    thank you for the response. lastly, can you post a link where i could find the latest ltsb iso? and if it comes with a key
     
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    What language and architecture ISO?

    And no ISO comes with activation keys.
     
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    english, 64-bit
     
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    I can testify that LTSB or LTSC will work beautifully on a T430. That was our corporate standard for several years, and we were running Windows 10 LTSx on tens of thousands of them. That is still a good computer for someone who isn't into gaming or other heavy workloads. Add a docking station and one or two 24 inch monitors, and you have a pretty nice desktop.