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Microsoft Professional COA Windows 10 Pro OEM Original Key COA Sticker
|Processor||1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor or SoC|
|RAM||1 gigabyte (GB) for 32-bit or 2 GB for 64-bit|
|Hard disk space||16 GB for 32-bit OS 20 GB for 64-bit OS|
|Graphics card||DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver|
Install the 32/64-bit Windows 10 Pro operating system from Microsofton your note book or desktop to enhance it with a hybrid Start Menu, Microsoft Edge web browser, and Cortana personal assistant. Windows 10 Pro is designed to meet the needs of business and home users. In addition to all the features found in Windows 10 Home, the Pro version also comes with Bitlocker, Remote Desktop, Client Hyper-V, and more. Bitlocker protects the data on your hard drive and other storage devices, which is critical in environments where sensitive data needs to be kept secure. For accessing the corporate network, you can join a Domain as well as login in remotely with Windows 10 Pro.
Without leaving the Windows desktop to access your apps, the hybrid Start Menu in Windows 10 Pro looks similar to the menu in Windows 7 and combines it with the live tiles used in Windows 8's Start Screen. The Start Menu has been enlarged to include these tiles, which can let you view how many email messages you have, the current weather status, and more. In addition to the live tiles, you still have enough room on the Start Menu to pin your most frequently used apps and files. Built with the strengths of the Pro versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8, Windows 10 Pro combines the best features of both engines to remain compatible with nearly all your peripherals and the computer's internal components. Furthermore, it offers a similar design to the previous version of Windows, so you can easily start using Windows 10 Pro right away.
Do things confidently.
Windows 10 was developed using feedback from millions of people, so you can feel confident that Windows 10 works the way you want it to. Additionally, Windows 10 helps you stay current for a worry-free experience with the greatest features and our latest protection against viruses, phishing and malware.
A web that works the way you do.
Take your gaming further.
Great Xbox titles, the best of Xbox Live, and your Xbox community, achievements, and game collection via the Xbox app. You can even use your Xbox controller and stream Xbox One games on your home Windows 10 PC, laptop, or tablet.
(1) Do things across your devices.Take your movies, music, and photos with you across all your devices with OneDrive. Plus, with OneDrive, you get 15GB of free storage space. Do things magically.
(2) Cortana is your truly personal digital assistant who learns more about you over time. Cortana works across all your devices, from phone to tablet to PC, to help you do more and forget less.
Microsoft will be releasing Windows 10 later this month. It's not long since the company revealed different editions of its upcoming operating system. It is now prepping for the launch of Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 Home - the two variants of the desktop platform - on July 29. When that happens, which version should you opt for?
Unlike Windows 7 (also true for several other Windows versions), Windows 10 - the desktop operating system - comes in only two variants for desktop home users. The company has toned down from seven different flavours for its desktop operating system to just two. Of the two editions, Windows 10 Pro, as you may have guessed, has more features.
But unlike Windows 7 and 8.1, in which the basic variant was markedly crippled with fewer features than its professional counterpart, Windows 10 Home packs in a large set of new features that should suffice most users' needs.
What do you get with Windows 10 Pro
The Pro edition of Windows 10, in addition to all of Home edition's features, offers sophisticated connectivity and privacy tools such as Domain Join, Group Policy Management, Bitlocker, Enterprise Mode Internet Explorer (EMIE), Assigned Access 8.1, Remote Desktop, Client Hyper-V, and Direct Access.
Assigned Access 8.1, for instance, allows you to lock user accounts and prevent them from accessing specific apps. BitLocker, on the other hand, is one of the most powerful disk-encryption tools on Windows. It lets you encrypt your external USB-drives. You also get tools that facilitate seamless connectivity while joining Azure Active Directory, and a Business Store for Windows 10. So should you get the Pro edition instead?
It all comes down to this: do you need features such as Client Hyper-V, which is a built-in virtualisation solution in Windows. Does your work require you to connect to a Windows domain? If yes, you should purchase the Pro edition. Else, the Home edition is what you need.
Beyond Home and Pro
While Windows 10 Home and Pro are direct paths for retail users, there are other variants of Windows 10 as well like Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Student. The Enterprise edition, as you may expect, is meant to meet the demands of medium and large sized organisations. It comes with even more sophisticated features such as Device Guard, which gives a company the ability to lock down devices. Unlike the other two Windows 10 Editions, however, the Enterprise variant won't be available for sale in retail stores. Instead, it will be sold through volume licensing.
The Windows 10 Education edition is designed for schools - students, teachers, staff, and administrators. The edition comes with most of Enterprise edition's feature. It too won't be available on sale at retail stores, though, and will be seeded out through academic volume licensing.
Speaking of other Windows 10 editions, we also have Windows 10 Mobile, and Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise. As their names suggest, both are designed to empower smartphones and not the desktop platform. Microsoft is also releasing Windows 10 Core, an operating system for Internet of Things devices.
If you are upgrading Also worth noting is that if you have already have a legit copy of Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, or Windows 8.1, you will get a free upgrade to Windows 10 Home. Existing legit users of Windows 7 Pro, Windows 7 Ultimate, or Windows 8.1 Pro will get a free upgrade to Windows 10 Pro.