[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Enterprise (N) LTSC 2019

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  1. Enthousiast

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  2. Enthousiast

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    The ISOs are 100% original MVS released ISOs, so how did you create the bootable usb?
     
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    Using etcher
     
  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Never used it or heard about it, maybe ask there for support?
     
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    what would you recomend i use?
     
  6. Enthousiast

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    I only use FAT32 formatted USB drives, they boot legacy bios and uefi, you only need to keep the install.wim under 4GB to fit FAT32 max filesize limit, another option is rufus.
     
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    Are you using Linux or similiar ?
    Etcher is good for distros and all , Isnt recommended for Windows

    Use Rufus
     
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    I am so confused as to where to download the clean Windows 10 LTSC versions. Sorry! :hypo:
     
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    When you read the post you will see how to create the ISO and you will see in which of the three released ISOs the N version is present.
     
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    Does Windows 10 LTSC 2019 is a valid option for common users as of today? By common user, I mean someone who launches Chrome, plays some games, etc. I know only one main limitation: 3 years for next major update. Any other things which I need to consider?
     
  13. Enthousiast

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    Then you don't know what LTSC is, it won't ever get a new feature update. What you mean, there will be a new one every three years but it never will be forced by WU on it.

    Just stick with normal enterprise and all will be fine.
     
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    @Enthousiast Well, using a normal channel with so many forced updates is no longer something which I can accept. I don't mind having to update manually. Can you point me to the place when I can read all differences between normal vs LTSC?
     
  15. Enthousiast

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    Enterprise LTSC = Normal Enterprise, except edge, store, uwp apps, cortana and future improvements.
     
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  16. AndyMutz

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    sure, as long you are fine with the limitations of LTSC, it is perfectly fine as a daily OS.
    I have a few PCs in my household, which use LTSC and I am happy with it, but as always.. YMMV.
    just try it out.. you can do an inplace upgrade to the normal enterprise edition at any time, should LTSC not meet your expectations.

    -andy-
     
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