Windows 10: I have 3 windows 10 pro installed.... should I put an Enterprise ver

  1.    06 Feb 2016 #1

    I have 3 windows 10 pro installed.... should I put an Enterprise ver

    More for testing and simulating but at the same time would like to stream itunes movies (some games, etc) and other admin stuff, VPN, arrays, etc work related. Is there any benefits or disadvantages to Pro and Ent versions? Work about 30-50%, home 50%,..... or put it as a Virtual Server.
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  2.    06 Feb 2016 #2

    This article explains the differences between the Windows 10 editions:
    Compare Windows 10 Editions

    All editions run the same software and have the same performance. The only disadvantage of the Pro edition is higher cost.

    Be aware that the Enterprise edition is not a retail product but normally available only to large organizations with volume licensing.
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  3.    06 Feb 2016 #3

    PRO would be best unless you have an enterprise volume license.

    Some of the tasks you describe can be done on Windows 10 Home, as PRO is only needed if you connect to a server domain, and do advanced security tasks
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