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winterstorm2050
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Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 16:59
Hey guys,

I've found an interesting explanations to understand all differences between all Windows 10 Editions ... Smile

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KrX

Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 17:37
nice finding.

i think i will go with the normal home and i will test the education one which i will probably get from my university.

someone know if there will be a max ram which can be used for some versions?

like it was for win7

Edition of Microsoft Windows 7Maximum supported RAM memory
Starter2GB
Home Basic8GB
Home Premium16GB
Professional192GB
Enterprise192GB
Ultimate192GB
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winterstorm2050
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Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 17:45
Excellent question ... I guess that the only limitation should be for x86 : 4gb max (hardware limitation) ... Wink
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winterstorm2050
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Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 17:51
Found this : [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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KrX

Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 18:01
ah ok so for home it should be 128gb (x64) so i can use it Razz
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winterstorm2050
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Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 18:09
Yes ... it seems to be made for the future. Because 128 Gb, I don't imagine people like us using such size at the moment.

Just imagine multiple virtual machines using 128 Gb ... I am a dreamer, yes, I know !

lol!
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Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 18:15
don't include me in the 'ppl like us' then hehe, as one of my rigs does have 128 gb of ram Shocked   heck, my laptop has 32gb ram, and my deskto has 64, just my server as 128, and its starting to be not enough...
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winterstorm2050
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Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 18:17
Really .... Wink
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KrX

Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 18:19
myclodel wrote:don't include me in the 'ppl like us' then hehe, as one of my rigs does have 128 gb of ram Shocked   heck, my laptop has 32gb ram, and my deskto has 64, just my server as 128, and its starting to be not enough...

i normally would also pack as much ram as i can in my devices Razz but for the moment the max is 12gb for my notebook.... its so sad that my notebook with 32gb ram was stolen last year...

but heya im thinking of getting a new pc in the next year with at least 64gb of ram ;P
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Torrentus

Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Fri 3 Jul 2015 - 18:40
Yea, I agree. Waiting for the 14nm Skylake or 10nm Cannonlake CPU's and 14nm Pascal GPU. 64gb should be standard, need that much ram for Photoshop and rendering Very Happy
aymanalz

Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Sat 4 Jul 2015 - 18:16
Jeez, what do you people do with all that RAM? 64 GB???
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KrX

Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Sat 4 Jul 2015 - 18:46
i normally mounted a big part of my ram as a drive and used it as temp folder for winreducer to mount my iso there.

it was a way faster than my ssd. i.e on ssd it took nearly 20 min to remove everything winreducer offers and on ram maybe 10 min or faster ( i dont now exactly the numbers because its long ago but i think i posted it somewhere her at the forum)
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winterstorm2050
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Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Sat 4 Jul 2015 - 18:57
Hey guys,

KrX, by the way, which ramdrive software are you using ?
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KrX

Re: Windows 10 Editions Compared

on Sat 4 Jul 2015 - 21:31
like you wrote here:

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i used ImDisk, but for the moment i only got 12gb ram on my notebook. but im using a m.2 ssd so its ok for now Razz
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