[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Pro for Workstations SKU

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Micro, Aug 11, 2017.

  1. Tito

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  2. hb860

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    Well, I would have been happy with Pro too, but only Enterprise has the ability to disable or enable certain features without hard modding of the OS.
     
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  3. LiteOS

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    #23 LiteOS, Aug 16, 2017
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    does it close to server/ltsb idea with less appx ?

    any word on the price
     
  4. vanden

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    Where to find ISO ?
     
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    any idea how to set these manually in the registry?
     
  8. Tiger-1

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    Hi dude, I think is better you see post #25 above if is that you want in true :):p
     
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  9. GodHand

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    I will definitely give Pro Workstation a go on my home desktop PC given the hardware it has. The simple fact I can make use of my spare Xeon E7-8867 processors is enough to warrant the purchase and change.
     
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    #30 v72dd, Aug 17, 2017
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    Flip this switch and you don't have to activate windows.... X :mml:

    Write these changes offline with dism and remove X.
     
  11. So, performance-wise, is Pro for Workstations better than LTSB?
     
  12. v72dd

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    #32 v72dd, Aug 17, 2017
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    It's RS3 PRO with a few policy changes. Microsoft loves that monito.
     
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  14. Enthousiast

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    #34 Enthousiast, Aug 17, 2017
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  15. v72dd

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    Even better than EnterpriseGN then.
     
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  18. s1ave77

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    Did you reboot ?
     
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  19. kosta20071

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    Yes ... everything fine . Just need to know if there is a specific feature only available on Pro for Advanced PC's edition , just like Application Guard available only on Enterprise edition .
     
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  20. s1ave77

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    Featurewise a Pro, with support for more CPU sockets, memory and support for persistant memory.
     
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