1. DaveSC's Avatar
    Does anybody have a good grasp on what microsoft is doing with w10 editions?

    We have been looking at things like the Intel Compute Stick but got stuck on whether or not it could join a domain natively or if it would have to be upgraded to a pro/enterprise edition. I have talked to my vendors and all that they know is that there is supposed to be w10 for tablets, w10 for pc's, and w10 enterprise but that information doesn't come from a reliable source.

    I feel like we should know at this point what versions contain what features but I just can't find it.

    FYI: This is driven by the fact that we need to replace a bunch of old wyse thin clients. If we did not have to upgrade the Intel compute stick in order to join a domain we would wait and buy that. If we had pay for upgrades we would likely just buy replacement thin clients.
    04-16-2015 07:45 AM
  2. hotphil's Avatar
    Maybe because the featureset isn't locked down yet.
    But, I think a lot of people are expecting the 8.1 SKUs to be (roughly) the same setup in 10.
    Changing version from a "home" one to a domain-capable version will also, I suspect, remain much the same.
    04-16-2015 07:49 AM

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