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  1.    10 Apr 2015 #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trust_No1 View Post
    Windows 10 Enterprise version, can metro be turned off or the store, as I stated earlier, 10 to me, just doesn't seem business oriented, can people log into their personal Microsoft accounts?? I don't understand how that works.
    Yes it can and it normally is. In my experience (banking) in a corporate environment you sign on with your domain credentials and you are given whatever your IT dept decides. This may or may not link to a MS account. Normally not and certainly not your personal one.

    In exactly the same way you would not have authority to download some .exe and run it. You'll be lucky if you are allowed access to the internet at all and certainly USB devices will be blocked by group policy.

    Anything outside of that policy you will not be allowed to do without it being signed in triplicate. As an external consultant I am normally given Wi-Fi internet access immediately, access to their internal network later and access to their domain last.

    As for the users - they don't care as long as all the buttons are in the same place as they were in 1987.
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  2.    10 Apr 2015 #12
    Join Date : Sep 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trust_No1 View Post
    I presume it mainly directed towards business, and I am wondering, the entire right side of the Start Menu is for Metro Apps. I can't see any real purpose (in a business enviroment) that it would be necessary to have this show (I wouldn't want my employees, checking out the store, downloading things, or gaming, etc.). So can the Metro portion be turned off entirely? or, do businesses develop their own in-house only metro apps?

    This really also goes for Windows 8, I just don't see it as a business oriented software solution.

    Or am I missing something, is Enterprise entirely different?
    You are missing that Microsoft has an entirely different solution for Enterprise customers.

    You also seem to forget that Enterprise can develop custom Universal applications for their own internal use.
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