Meet expanding business needs with Windows 10 Pro. The built-in security features, including BitLocker, enhance data protection and privacy, while the remote desktop lets you work on pending projects from virtually anywhere. Windows 10 Pro features intuitive dashboards and single sign-on for a seamless user experience.
Upgrade to Pro
Whether you’re running Windows 10 Home or Windows 11 Home this upgrade to Pro provides the enterprise-level security and productivity tools to activate your A-game.
Windows 10 Home + Windows 10 Pro Upgrade = Windows 10 Pro
Windows 11 Home + Windows 10 Pro Upgrade = Windows 11 Pro
Windows 10 Pro gives you the perfect experience for starting fast and getting things done
Windows Hello, a password-free sign-in that offers a fast, secure way to unlock your Windows devices
Windows 10 Pro delivers comprehensive protection, including Windows Defender antivirus, firewall, Internet protections and more
BitLocker data encryption installation and protection help keep your information safe
Hyper-V functionality lets you create virtual machines, while Remote Desktop allows you to log in from a different computer to access your files, folders, and apps
A:AnswerThis isn't home... It's the pro version. You can chose upgrade or fresh install because this is the full version. I recommend to do a fresh install, just incase you have a virus or a corrupt driver.
A:AnswerNo, This is the system builder / OEM version and is intended / can only be used for installing Windows on a new PC. At the time of writing this (11/3/2017) you can still upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 for free through Microsoft.
A:AnswerYes. The product includes a full license for Windows 10, and the media. It does not matter whether or not Windows is already installed on the computer. You can do a new installation of Windows. I purchased this because I had upgraded 32-bit Windows 7 to Windows 10 for free when Windows 10 launched, but I wanted to run 64-bit Windows 10. That requires a new installation of Windows.
A:AnswerNo, Windows 10 and 10 Pro could only runs on one computer per key code license at a time. The key code and copy right protection is the highest compared with past Windows. Past Windows allowed two computers, a laptop and desktop or a main computer and backup computer. Not with Windows 10 and 10 Pro, because the newest Windows 10 and 10 Pro will only operate on one computer per key code for complete installation.