Hi all, I'm thinking of installing Windows 10 LTSB for a new PC build in the office. The PC will be connected to a digital X-ray machine via Cat 6 cable. The primary (and probably only) function of the PC is to process the X-ray images and save them. Other client PCs on the same network will be able to access the images from this PC. The idea of being able to run a lean and responsive OS sounds very appealing to me hence the thought of installing Windows 10 LTSB. In fact, I first came across this version of Windows while looking up for compatible OS for a RAID controller (megaraid-sas-9286cv-8e). This is understandable as I have read elsewhere that some RAID controllers have stopped working after new Windows feature updates. I understand that Intel 8th gen processors (Coffee Lake) will not be supported which is a shame as I intend to build a PC based on that. I was wondering whether there is a "workaround" to get the Coffee Lake processors to work on Windows 10 LTSB? (ie. manual feature update?) The components I had in mind are as follows: 1) i5-8400 processor 2) H300 series motherboard? (early next year) 3) 500GB SSD x2 (RAID 1) 4) Megaraid 9286cv-be raid card 5) 8GB RAM 6) GTX 1060 GPU (might be overkill but recommended by vendor to speed up image processing) 7) Additional network card to connect to X-ray machine The reason I'm running 2 SSDs in RAID 1 is that I hope to minimise/eliminate downtime in the event of hard drive failure. The system will be backed up to an external hard drive on a regular basis. Cheers!