Question about the Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB

Discussion in 'Windows OS and Software' started by Beemo, Nov 28, 2018.

  1. StormJumper

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    I also use some RegEdits to stop cortana and some other minor fixes and that is all it took to keep my system working the way I want not the way they want it. Just sounds like their making it harder then it really is especially when it's not pre-loaded.
     
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    @Mr. Fox

    Where did you get your iso of LTSC?
     
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    A regular Enterprise key will not work with LTSB/LTSC. They require a different key.
     
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    That's what I thought. Enthousiast from MDL Told me that the Enterprise Key is just a license switch, meaning, you install Home or Pro and switch the license using the key.
     
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    I still prefer the regular Enterprise over Pro.
     
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    100%. with Pro, many of the Group Policy rules don't work as they say Enterprise Only so Pro is not the real Pro we were used to in Windows 7 it's more like a teaser of what Pro should be.
     
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    I triple-boot Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows 10 Enterprise 1809 (Cancer UWP filth included), Windows 10 Enterprise 2019 LTSC.
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    I use the Cancer Edition to play Gears of War 4, and as a crash test dummy (all updates enabled and antivirus software installed).

    This allows me to be extremely critical of the Redmond Retard filth based on experience rather than conceptually.

    95% of the time I use Windows 7 unless I am running benchmarks that require Windows 10/DX12, (such as Time Spy and Night Raid) then I boot into LTSC for that. Windows 7 beats Windows 10 in just about every non-DX12 benchmark that exists except for Fire Strike.

    Cinebench, wPrime, 3DMark Vantage, 3DMark 11, Sky Diver, Cloud Gate, Ice Storm, AIDA64 Memory Benchmark... you name it... Windows 7 wins them all and usually by a substantial margin.
     
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