Hello I'm playing catchup so I have to figure things as I go now, I got confused a number of times. First of all now that I already installed Enterprise from march 2016 I found out that LTSB does not have the apps,edge,cortana, cloud, I wasn't able to find this information on the crappy newsblog rubbish sites. My longterm solution is that I make an offline ISO mod with ALL the necessary modifications integrated, with absolutely minimal need to customize once the system is installed. I will not be repeating what I have endured through Win7, now I am more experienced and I want to take it to the next level. I have come to a realization not a lot of people around techie sites are interested in such an ISO, they rather have "clean" installs and waste so much time (or not but have a crap config) after setup on getting things configured, so I will probably have to make it myself. This idea is obviously only for advanced users, not for average gamer, if I would ever finish and put the mod out, ofcourse only the scripts to make a mod of the ISO not the whole thing, intended for legal users who want to use it for their own non-commercial home use. I'm looking to modify the following things: - includes the removal of obvious things boundled by default (metroapps, mobile tablet nonsense, cloud, logins, cortana, multimedia features for mass consumers) - includes all privacy modifications with full blown wireshark analysis, including forceful DLL hacks if necessary, I will manually manage a backup of those if necessary, auto pdates ofcourse disabled only added on a whitelist basis to the offline ISO to be integrated at install, so I usueally update my windows when I reinstall it, and that happens, not often. - So I don't care if there's updates out there, I didn't update my Win7 for 3 years, had no problems. This decision if FINAL. - Almost all obvious settings I already did in win7, hundreds of tweaks, including desktop look, explorer etc - complete GUI overhaul, win7 icons, desktop win7 theme, other things - may include some win7 code such as the win7 calculator and other thigns I may find useful to bring over - bootscreen replacement, the default win10 theme will be eradicated from the face of the code. - integrate 3rd party apps and their settings such as Classic Shell, - preinstall other utilities Will I be able to do all this on What win10 edition, I would not want to find something not possible while half in. I'm looking for following clarifications: - What really are the long-term technical differences in PRO/ENT/LTSB? - Why is the community so mixed in terms of the edition, if a lot then removes the stock what is the underlying reason of those editions people pick? - will LTSB not be updated enough and will not work in future in some gaming/app related issue? - does the LTSB edition support updating updates it wasn't intended for ? I do not want to figure out a year later I picked the wrong Edition and it won't go forward in future well. Any suggestions to get me up to speed will be greately appreciated.