Microsoft Windows 10: Which Of The 7 Versions Is Right For You? [Video]By Noi Ramirez, UniversityHerald Reporter
Microsoft Windows 10 comes in seven different versions. Though met with some disdain at first, here are the seven versions which might help in your transition from Windows 7 or Windows 8.
The Windows 10 OS is a revolutionary Os designed not only to work with computers but also other devices such as tablets, smartphones, and the Xbox console, running the same Universal Apps on all devices, according to DigitalTrends.
Windows 10 Home
Windows 10 Home is aimed at home PC users and tablets and 2-in-1 hybrid devices. Its features includes the new Microsoft Edge browser, Cortana voice-assistant, Windows Hello biometric security and Continuum tablet mode.
Universal apps are also supported in this version such as Photos, Maps, Mail, Calendar, Music, and video. To put it short, this is the most common version for daily use.
Windows 10 Mobile
This version is optimized for use in mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. It includes a version of Office that is optimized for touch. It also features Continuum and supports the same universal Apps as Windows 10 Home.
Windows 10 Pro
This version is an expanded version of Windows 10 Home. It incorporates features that are useful for small businesses. Windows 10 Pro also include support for Windows Update for Business, allowing a business to determine which and when software updates for devices are applied first.
Windows 10 Enterprise
This version is aimed at medium to large scale enterprises. This version is not for regular users.
Windows 10 Education
Same as Enterprise, this version is aimed, however, for educational institutions, universities, and colleges.
Windows 10 IoT Core
A curious version aimed at companies and enthusiasts building IoT devices aiming to experiment with Windows-compatible gadgets.
Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise
This version is also similar to Enterprise. It is aimed at users with Windows-enabled smartphones for the workplace. It functions similarly like Windows 10 Mobile OS albeit the device policy is for organizations using employee phones and tablets, according to Microsoft.