Windows 10: Windows Version Edition Command line?

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  1.    17 Feb 2017 #11

    OK. How about:

    dism /image:c:\ /Get-CurrentEdition

    I have a dual boot system. In recovery environment my Windows 10 Pro is on C: drive and Windows 10 Home is on D: drive. The above command works on both (change the C:\ for the image location to match what you need).

    Note: there is a space between the \ and /
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       17 Feb 2017 #12

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    OK. How about:

    dism /image:c:\ /Get-CurrentEdition

    I have a dual boot system. In recovery environment my Windows 10 Pro is on C: drive and Windows 10 Home is on D: drive. The above command works on both (change the C:\ for the image location to match what you need).

    Note: there is a space between the \ and /
    Yes, that works and is probably the easiest method. I've just tried it on two systems, one 64-bit Home the other 32-bit Pro - booted each from a recovery USB. Note that the recovery drive has to be the same 'bits' as the system you want to look at. It reports 'Core' for Home, 'Professional' for Pro.
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