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|Version:||Win 10 Professional||Activation Times:||One Key For One PC|
|Language:||Muliti-Language||Key:||OEM / Retail Key|
|Area:||Global Area||Status:||In Stock|
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Windows 10 Pro Features
Group Policy Management
Enterprise Mode Internet Explorer (EMIE)
Assigned Access 8.1
Ability to join Azure Active Directory, with single sign-on to cloud-hosted apps
Business Store for Windows 10
Enterprise Data Protection
Windows Update for Business
Current Branch for Business
What is an OEM licence?
OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer and is a term applied to companies that build PCs. These devices usually include a copy of Windows, so that when you walk out of Currys/PC World with that shiny new Dell you can take it home and use it immediately.
These versions of Windows are more often than not OEM copies, in that they have been sold to the manufacturer at a discount so they can be put on their PCs.
While the majority of OEM versions end up preinstalled on PCs, it’s also possible to buy them as licence keys from places like eBay or Kinguin.
This is a common practice for users who like to build their own gaming PCs, or buy a second-hand device that has either no OS, or one that is out of date.
How is an OEM licence different to a retail version of Windows?
Most people never buy a copy of Windows itself. They buy a PC that has Windows on it, and that’s the last they think of it.
But those who do want to purchase the operating system often opt to pick up a retail version. These are either sold in standard software packaging in shops, and thus called boxed copies, or are available online from Microsoft as a download and licence key.
System requirements :
If you want to upgrade to Windows 10 on your PC or tablet, here’s the minimum hardware you’ll need. Read further below to learn about the additional factors that impact upgradeability. For more information about the free upgrade offer1, please visit the Windows 10 Upgrade page for details.
Make sure you are running the latest version of either Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1 Update.
|Processor||1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor or SoC|
|Ram||1 gigabyte (GB) for 32-bit or 2 GB for 64-bit|
|Hard disk space||16 GB for 32-bit OS 20 GB for 64-bit OS|
|Graphics card||DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver|
Windows 10 Pro is built for business
If your device is lost or stolen, BitLocker and BitLocker to Go put everything on lockdown, so no one else can access your systems or data.
Your Office files like Excel, Word, and PowerPoint automatically get stored in the cloud, which acts as a virtual online drive, so you can share and work on documents in real time.
Log in with Remote Desktop to use your Windows 10 Pro PC while at home, on the road, or anywhere there's an internet connection.
Create your own private app section in the Windows Store for convenient access to the apps you need most.
Keep your files safe with BitLocker, and get the same security on removable storage devices with BitLocker to Go. Windows 10 Pro also includes Windows Defender Antivirus, which uses the power of the cloud, wide optics, machine learning, and behavior analysis to protect your devices from emerging, sophisticated threats. Plus, automatic updates1 ensure you have complete, ongoing protection against current and future threats.
Log in to your PC or tablet and securely access your files, folders, and apps from virtually anywhere. All you need is an internet connection and Remote Desktop. Start editing a document in the office, keep working on it in the coffee shop on your phone, and finish up on your home PC.
Capture great ideas before they slip away with Windows Ink. Quickly access a Windows Ink Workspace with the click of a digital pen or straight from your taskbar. You can even pull up the Ink Workspace before logging in. And powerfully pair inking with Office and other apps for smart note taking, easy document markup, and precise sketching or drawing.
Sign in to your Windows devices with Windows Hello in less than 2 seconds—3 times faster than a password. Facial or fingerprint recognition provides instant access, and you always have the option of retaining a PIN as a backup. It's the enterprise-grade way to keep Windows devices more secure.
The multitasking features of Windows 10 pair perfectly with Office. You can arrange your screen however you want. Easily manage multiple Office apps and docs on one screen, and effortlessly snap up to four of them to optimize your workspace. You can also slide the shared edge of snapped apps to wherever you want it, easily resizing both apps in a single motion.
Microsoft Edge is the faster, safer browser built for Windows 10. It's optimized for the modern web, but is still compatible with legacy apps and sites. Write or type directly on webpages and share your markups with others. Use the reading view to eliminate distractions so you can work more efficiently. There’s also an improved address bar to help you find things faster.
Cortana is your personal digital assistant.4 She can provide notifications about appointments and deadlines, suggest documents you may need for an upcoming meeting, and keep your group calendar in sync. Easily create, modify, and open lists with just your voice. And Cortana seamlessly integrates with other Windows apps, like Sticky Notes, Ink reminders, and Microsoft To-Do events.
Install the 64-bit Windows 10 Pro operating system from Microsoft on your notebook or desktop to enhance it with a hybrid Start Menu, Microsoft Edge web browser, and Cortana personal assistant. Windows 10 Pro is designed to meet the needs of business and home users. In addition to all the features found in Windows 10 Home, the Pro version also comes with Bitlocker, Remote Desktop, Client Hyper-V, and more. Bitlocker protects the data on your hard drive and other storage devices, which is critical in environments where sensitive data needs to be kept secure. For accessing the corporate network, you can join a Domain as well as login in remotely with Windows 10 Pro.
Without leaving the Windows desktop to access your apps, the hybrid Start Menu in Windows 10 Pro looks similar to the menu in Windows 7 and combines it with the live tiles used in Windows 8's Start Screen. The Start Menu has been enlarged to include these tiles, which can let you view how many email messages you have, the current weather status, and more. In addition to the live tiles, you still have enough room on the Start Menu to pin your most frequently used apps and files. Built with the strengths of the Pro versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8, Windows 10 Pro combines the best features of both engines to remain compatible with nearly all your peripherals and the computer's internal components.
The Windows you know, only better
Windows 10 feels familiar so you can get more done from the get-go. The Start menu is back with space to pin your favorite apps. And simple navigation means you don't need to spend much time learning anything new.
You won't have to wonder if you have the latest features or security updates. Windows automatically delivers updates, when they're ready, directly to your device.
Cortana's got your back
Cortana is your truly personal digital assistant who works across all your devices to help get things done.
Rule the web
Microsoft Edge is an all-new browser built to deliver a better web experience. You can write directly on webpages from your PC, read articles distraction free, and save your favorites to read offline later.
Take your gaming further
With Xbox on Windows, play and connect with your games and friends. Everywhere.
Universal Apps, including Office
The Store in Windows 10 is a one-stop shop for hundreds of thousands of apps including games, music, videos, as well as a new version of Office.