[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Enterprise (N) LTSC 2019

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Tito, Feb 1, 2018.

  1. 8o0giem4n

    8o0giem4n MDL Novice

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    Hello, i have a pc with almost 10 years old hardwares (msi gtx750ti, 8 GB ram, i3 2120 and a 500GB hdd) basically prebuilt HP desktop except graphic card and ram (i upgraded them) with win7 64 sp1 installed.
    I want to install windows 10 ltsc on this machine and duel boot with linux mint, is this possible ? Anyone tried it?
    The reason why i choose ltsc version is its the lightest version of windows 10, that doesnt comes with so much crap i dont need like cortana or app store...etc.
    Thanks
     
  2. rogierel

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    @8o0giem4n Yes that should work, I would install Windows LTSC first and afterwards install Linux Mint, Linux Mint will recognize there is a Windows installed and create automatically an entry in grub.
     
  3. Sergio_pcrec

    Sergio_pcrec MDL Novice

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    Hello, can anyone send me the name of the iso in Spanish (64bits)? Thank you!
     
  4. Enthousiast

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  5. Tiger-1

    Tiger-1 MDL Guru

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    Hi well I've got a terrible problem in my wi-fi network (using W10) for some reason the settings permanent spin NOT this way all the time drops the connection so I have to click the right button on the Network icon and troubleshoot and after completing Windows warns that the gateway was not available this sucks I would very much if any Master could help me or I'll get the ax in all this here ...
     
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  6. Bidder

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    A big thanks to Enthousiast, GezoeSloog, LostED & valette (for persistent questioning). This all makes sense now. Thanks for your work.
     
  7. Sergio_pcrec

    Sergio_pcrec MDL Novice

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    Thank you very much, but I have a little problem ... I've been looking for a good time and I can't find the download link
     
  8. Enthousiast

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  9. Sergio_pcrec

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  10. Enthousiast

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    Source ISO + SVF(SFX) = original MSFT ISO.
     
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  11. Mr.Brown

    Mr.Brown MDL Novice

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    Absolutely all the crap is inside the LTSC version as well. It is just under the hood, you cant see it on the surface. Most of it probably even runs in the background too. Cortana is there, Windows Store is there, Telemetry is there, everything that is inside the normal W10. Some stuff is just not active, but could easily be activated with a small patch from MS. Even invisible patch at that if they really wanted to.

    The only way to debloat W10 is to remove all the BS with a tool like NTLite. It can completely remove many windows components.
     
  12. tigercheng

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    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/msmg-toolkit.50572/
     
  13. Tiger-1

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    people need to understand that the Windows Kernel 10 is the same for all operating system versions this way to disable or delete components of the system is necessary to use the Dism + Powershell or the wonderful tool of our MSMG Master Toolkit ;)
     
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  14. Mark Dementia

    Mark Dementia MDL Novice

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    I'm getting my new Threadripper 3960x / 2080Ti system next week.
    This beast if for Adobe Premiere/Aftereffects/Photoshop and Cinema4D with Redshift/Arnold mainly! A true workhorse.

    I will not be playing any games and don't want all the bloatware in win10pro. So LTSC seems to be closest I can get to OSX (which I love!).
    But now I read that LTSC 1809 does not have HEVC hw support? Does that mean just out of the box? Can you install a nvidia driver and it does HEVC again?
    Or maybe do some manual update to get HEVC working under LTSC? Otherwise if you look netflix or youtube movies your CPU will be screaming?

    Any other poweruser using the same software as me that has any other problems?
    Otherwhise I need to go with win10 and debloat it myself.
     
  15. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    No chopping will improve the windows experience, it won't make it faster, it will only lead to future problems.

    Most "LTSB/C Lovers" will install the latest release (in a few years) because of the new features, like @BAU posted a few times, then just install Edu or normal Enterprise.
     
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  16. Padre_Pedro

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  17. bfoos

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    You'll be missing out on the updated cpu scheduler as well on 1809. You'd probably be better off going with 1909 Education or Enterprise.
     
  18. Mark Dementia

    Mark Dementia MDL Novice

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    So the 1809 LTSC will also not work correctly with the Threadripper 39xx?
     
  19. bfoos

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    I don't know, I lack a beast of CPU such as that to test. Perhaps someone else on here with practical experience in the matter can throw their in 2 cents. All I know for sure is that 1809 lacks the scheduler improvements for such CPU's.
     
  20. Tiger-1

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