Microsoft has come out with the latest version of Windows 10. This one is targeted specifically towards professionals using the system for large work tasks at workstations, giving it the name ‘Windows 10 Pro for Workstations’. The difference between a standard desktop computer station versus a professional workstation is the higher quality components, and in the past, different operating systems, CPUs, specialized hardware, and sometimes better service packed into them.
This version of Windows boasts higher RAM storage space (6TB) and a four-socket systems, rather than the more common two-socket. Performance should also be increased, which will be determined upon the real data of users. Interestingly enough, Microsoft launching this new operating system is a drastic change from the high focus cloud systems that are taking over much of the tech-based news as of late. Read more about cloud systems here.
Two more important features of this new OS will be the support for Intel Xeon and AMD Opteron processors. This will allow users to access more top of the line work capabilities and greater power that they may not have been able to use with previous versions of Windows 10.
So what else does Pro Workstation feature? Window’s server grade file system, the Resilient File System (ReFS) contains an increased amount of data availability, flexibility, and overall accuracy. Also, files can be shared much more quickly with the help of SMB Direct.
This edition is to be launched later this fall.