On July 29, 2015, the first release of Windows 10 to the general public began rolling out...and since that date there have been two feature updates (what used to be know as upgrades). A third feature update is nearing the final stages of testing in anticipation of a spring 2017 release.
These updates have delivered new features for business customers and have also steadily evolved the Windows 10 user experience.
What Edition of Windows 10 is right for you?
As with previous releases, Windows 10 is available in multiple editions. All of the editions share some of the same features, however they are sold and distributed differently depending on the type of device for which they're intended and the target market.
Lets Focus On The TWO Most Common Editions For PCs
- Windows 10 Home is the cheaper option. It includes the entire Windows 10 feature set, less a handful of features reserved for the Pro edition. OEMs commonly install this edition on devices aimed at the price-conscious consumer and small business markets.
- Windows 10 Pro is typically found on higher-quality, higher-spec business-class devices. It costs more and includes a group of features that enthusiasts, professionals, and those on a Windows business network will appreciate.
Knowing the differences between Windows editions is most useful when purchasing a new PC and deciding whether to pay the system maker for an upgrade or wait and do it yourself. Most PCs For Home Use Do Not Need Or Require The Pro Edition so save your money!
When Should I Upgrade To Windows 10?...Only When You're Forced To!
Knowing the differences between Windows editions is most useful when purchasing a new PC and deciding whether to pay the system maker for an upgrade or wait and do it yourself. With that said...
Despite all the buzz of the launch day, consumers and businesses tend to adopt a leisurely pace when upgrading to the newest version of Windows.
However, there's every indication that things will be different this time around, for one simple reason: for the majority of home users at least - those with Windows 7, Windows 8.1, - Windows 10 is a free download - When the last time MS gave the OS For FREE? Why Do 'They' Want Everyone To Use Win 10?