Windows 10

Deciding which edition of Windows 10 best meets an organization’s client OS needs involves making several key decisions. This kit summarizes the key decisions and provides links to greater detail in Directions of Microsoft reports and resources to aid in the decision-making process.

Although Subscription Activation provides limited value to organizations today, it may become required as Microsoft pushes organizations to Windows subscription licenses.

Windows 10 is available in an increasing range of editions, each of which adds additional features to the edition below it

Eight different subscriptions license Windows 10 Enterprise and provide use rights necessary to fully exploit it.
This Webinar summarizes how Microsoft has engineered licensing rules, feature packaging, support lifecycles, servicing models, hardware support, and other factors to compel large organizations to move to a Windows 10 Enterprise subscription and offers advice on how best to license it. The Webinar draws on material from the two-day Directions on Microsoft Licensing Boot Camp.

New editions and modes of Windows 10 address compute- and throughput-intensive workloads and locked-down configurations

New licensing rules will allow more service providers to host Windows desktops on servers cost-effectively.

New licensing rules will allow more service providers to host Windows desktops on servers cost-effectively