Windows 10 editions comparison. Which one is right for you?

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  1. I assume that your upgrade of Windows 10 would be comparable to what you are currently running.

  2. in the days of special price I bought windows 8 pro in buying got windows 8 pro
    now I ask mi self on mi netbook or mini laptop what version beta version windows 10 is
    I see when I get a note that I can upgrade july 29

  3. I usually go for computers with multi-cores and “home”versions of 7/8.1. Though sysinternals then always returns “home” versions only allow as if one CPU to function, if a device has fairly good hardware I can use demanding graphics software and all resources by booting suitable Linux. There are however many things Windows remains better with re IoT and internet itself…for me, Windows with one core active seems adequate in usage. As for Device Guard, it seems (if still supporting Win10) that Comodo CIS or Sandboxie would be equivalencies for it in non-enterprise 10. Thanks for a needed Win 10 article, cheers!

  4. I recently have upgraded from windows 7 ultimate to windows 10 pro, but faced some technical issue so downgrade my PC being download your ISO, Which worked fine to install into my PC and after that I need product key to activate my OS.
    I searched via Google and found an Indian site ODosta Store, From where, I bought cheap license and activated my operating system without any issue, So I thought myself to share my experience with softlay team and other users.
    Thanks you very much.

  5. Its not, its a downgrade from windows 7 ultimate to 10 pro.

    It should be windows 7 ultimate to windows 10 enterprise.

    10 pro is a step backwards in a business setting. Even educational is better than 10 pro

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