Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by jpspod, Aug 3, 2015.
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i am having a windows7 ultimate that came with the two versions of 32 and 64 bit ...
i am wondering if can install and register two computers with it ?
if i can do it with 2 x64 install ? or if i should do x86 and x64 ?
Education have Retail Licensing
neither Pro or Enterprise can upgrade to Enterprise LTSB
Home gets features before Pro?
Well, can I conclude this chart is wrong right abbodi?
No, The key will work on 1 time
Yes, Home gets features before Pro. Check Wikipedia
Thanks for the information abbodi1406.
Eduaction maybe have a Retail Licensing, but not appear on Wikipedia.
Wikipedia says in "Upgrade support": "Continuous updating or in-place upgrade to supported LTSB versions"
Mr.X information is from Wikipedia.
Thanks but I believe there's a lot of wrong information in Wikipedia, specially when M$ products topics are treated.
I'd rather go with the experts and knowledgeable people right in here MDL.
poor Wiki-believer. All is edited to the needs of certain forces aka elites, sorry to say
Sorry but the chart is not entrirely correct. Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB for example,
will get 5 jears full and 5 years extended support till 10/14/2025 like all windows 10 products.
Lifecycle Information for Microsoft Client Software Support: