Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by aboskolo, Dec 25, 2015.
What is the best version of Windows 10?
...Here is Professional Retail...x64 ..
Always the best , Enterprise LTSB
Windows EnterpriseS or N 2015 LTSB.
depends on where you live for the S or N
Most respected, Enterprise .
this one is a hard question
I can't decide whether LTSB, regular Enterprise or Digital Entitlement activated Pro for my self, never tried Home Edition tho, not interested in it, you can't defer upgrades and no gpedit.msc.
I downloaded the old version I EnterpriseS N 2015 LTSB 240?
Which version LTSB of the new Windows[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Tahoma, Calibri, Geneva, sans-serif]1511[/FONT] like Windows
Regular Enterprise. Don't listen to the LTSB guys, LTSB is pretty much Windows 10 with most new features removed and no major updates (like 1511). It has no real benefits over the other versions either.
What you call "features" are just spyware or useless crap
I like Anderson double hung windows myself
10240 enterprise because it diden't have bloatware+spyware like in 1511 ent/pro.
That's your "opinion" (honestly, it is only half an opinion. "Useless" is subjective, but "spyware" is something that can be measured and well... you're wrong).
Anyway. Weird question, obviously the best choice is to go with the Professional edition. At least, that is if you already have a Pro-edition of Windows 7, 8 or 8.1. If you have a non-Pro edition and you do not need all the additional features and capabilities that Windows 10 Pro provides over its Home-edition, well, then Home is the way to go as the Pro version will cost you some money (and why would you spend that money if you don't need the features that come along with it?).
Why not Windows 10 Education? It has the same feature set as Enterprise, but allows upgrades, right?
Windows? Any edition, costing us money? Are you sure about that =D
Enterprise LTSB should be the best since it lacks all/most of the bolted on junk - the only problem is - we'll have to wait until 2020+ for it to be updated to Redstone/TH3/10.1 or later build =P
In all seriousness looking at the feature charts - I don't see any massive differences between 8.1 Enterprise and 10 Enterprise.
I'd go with Win 10 Pro minimum with the Group Policy trick to get notifications on updates; it's still the not same as just being able to stop them though is it?
My personal annoyance? I can't believe they haven't managed to fix the Language Bar appearing with only one language installed - mandatory en-US - the same problem is in 8.1!
What opinion should I write? The opinion of Chuck Norris?
Yes sure, is subjective. If I was a 3 year child possibly I had to agree with you and I wold find the the "square" apps really useful, but given I'm an experienced user my definition of useful is different.
en-US isn't mandatory, just move it down, then remove it.
That's just it - I never added it in the first place and there's nothing to move down - see my picture.
The only way to get rid of it - is to install/add en-US and then remove it!
And it randomly reappears =\