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New versions not only get new security features, but also new features in general. Rather large updates could also present new vulnerabilities, this is to be expected.
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New versions do get new security features, but also new flaws. Latest SMBv3 vulnerability was only on 1903/1909 versions. What gives..
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@CarterF Hi Carter First to your question, as a general rule, yes, current version of Windows 10 work on older hardware. If you purchased a new machine in 2015, the current version of Windows 10, if your using MS update service, has been updated to your machine, moving it forward. That is the genera...
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Yeah I can agree with that however the SAC version is based on the full edition. The LTSC version does not have the Xbox app and again the IoT LTSC version is locked into a build and gets 10 years of support which is intended for OEM appliance manufactures and works great for them. It would be cool ...
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We have a mixed pool of laptops from 8yr to brand new. We don't have any problems running windows 10 on the older kit. Where I have needed drivers and there aren't any for Windows 10, I have installed them for older operating systems and these work well. As the older kit breaks, we scavenge any rele...
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