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Are you referring to the non-IoT version of LTSC or the IoT version that is in use? At the moment our guidance still stands with the dates we have announced (including in this blog) with an release date in 2H of 21 for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.
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When is the next LTSC version going to be released? We're already facing software/driver support challenges with the current version, specially with your new Surface Laptop 4s and some Lenovos. I don't understand why you'd release drivers like that, it makes our lives in I.T. pretty difficult, with ...
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Great job!
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Hi @jeffbarr, thanks for your comment and great you like. We didn’t have access to the source code and from the research I did I don’t think the source exists. We are using an Altair BASIC binary freely downloadable from the internet. Several interesting projects have disassembled the binaries, the ...
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There are two releases coming up. There is a Windows 10 based LTSC and the 36 month lifecycle one is a Windows 11 SAC release. LTSC releases are generally 10 years lifecycle and a SAC is 3 years.
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