Are You Eligible for a Free Windows 10 Upgrade?
Windows 10 represents a unified platform for PCs, tablets, smartphones, and all-in-one devices, as well as integration with the Xbox One, Surface Hub, and HoloLens. With a renewed focus on a single converged OS, the Windows 10 family offers a fast, fluid, and connected experience, from universal apps to seamless interactions between screens of all sizes, across a broad range of devices.
Below are the four main editions that are available for desktops, notebooks, and tablets.
Windows 10 Home Designed for PCs, tablets, 2-in-1s Max. 4GB RAM on 32-bit Max. 128GB RAM on 64-bit
Windows 10 Pro Builds on Home edition, with business essential features for small and mediumsized businesses Windows 10 Enterprise Builds on Pro edition, with business premium features for an enterprise environment Max. 4GB RAM on 32-bit Max. 512GB RAM on 64-bit Windows 10 Education Designed for use in schools, colleges, universities Features: Continuum, Cortana, Microsoft Edge1, Microsoft Passport, Virtual Desktops, Windows Hello Additional Features: Remote Desktop (Client only) Assigned Access 8.1, BitLocker and EFS, Business Store, Current Branch for Business (CBB), Domain Join and Group Policy Management, Enterprise Data Protection, Enterprise Mode Internet Explorer (EMIE), Hyper-V2, Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Private Catalog, Remote Desktop (Client and Host), Windows Update for Business OEM, Retail, Volume Licensing Premium Features: AppLocker, BranchCache, Credential Guard, Device Guard, Direct Access, Start Screen Control with Group Policy, Windows To Go, Long Term Servicing Branch (LTSB)