LTSC 2021 / are based on windows server 2022 launch date October 19, 2021 4:00 PM

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  1. spedia

    spedia MDL Senior Member

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    Although this piece of news is fake, MS could release it a few days before the event.
     
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    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    When it's the same as before IoT EnterpriseS will be normal EnterpriseS (IoT with OEM licensing only) and that one is 19044.xxx based.
     
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    jackmonter5 MDL Senior Member

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    My vote would be for WS2022 code. But that would be wishfull thinking
     
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    This site needs an ' Internet esoterics ' section for all the people with crystal balls speculating about what colour bill gates socks will be next sunday please ?
     
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    #71 taylorcole, Oct 14, 2021 at 14:34
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    Whatever the branch version of Windows 10 IoT LTSC 2021 or Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021, I hope the bloat is less/none. Windows 11 IoT Enterprise install size is just 10.8GB with stubs of UWP apps in the start menu. Hope these two also have similar small install sizes.

    Windows 11 IoT Enterprise gives an extra hour of battery life compared to Windows Server 2022 LTSC on my laptop. So even though I was alwaz in favor of Server OSes for daily use due to them being bloat free, Windows 11 IoT Enterprise is performing better in the battery department.

    Hope Windows 10 LTSC (any version) has comparable battery life and less bloat.
     
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    What's the typical size after installation of Windows 10 LTSC 2018/9? Also, if there any perf improvements over 10? I am skeptical to try 11 due to it being a mass beta testing. I think it will stabilize by next year Update for better stability.