What to do with Windows 10 Education? (upgraded from Home)

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by J_L, Jul 9, 2016.

  1. J_L

    J_L Registered Member

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    Other than Hyper-V of course. Though I'm waiting for Server 2016 on that so I can remotely control them.

    It's currently installed on my Samsung 850 Pro SSD. I can move the installation onto another machine in the future right? My friend just gave me the license (he's a gamer so what I'll give back would be a better deal to him), and I just entered it into Settings on my Windows 10 Home installation. It upgraded fine.

    So, what else should I do with the unlocked features? I know Group Policy will be real powerful, but what exactly should I enable/disable/configure? Probably Chrome cache location at least, though I don't like other programs reopening my session so the modified shortcut and non-default browser setting may be enough.
     
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    J_L Registered Member

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    Yeah why do I need my friend's key? Cause he's still in university, and I was out before they introduced Windows 10 Education for DreamSpark Premium (not Standard), which is controlled by my university website...

    OK easier question: What to do with Windows 10 Enterprise since their basically the same except for LTSB?
     
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