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Well given I run an AMD CPU I might avoid it for now given the performance drops they apparently get..

 

When's Windows 10 EOL/EOS, might be worth grabbing a LTS key..

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None of the 6 pcs in my household meet the hardware standards due to hardware (cpu).  I understand issues with a 10 year old core2 laptop (runs W10 great).  But my year old surface go tablet isnt on the list!

 

Dual booting Linux Mint on bare metal I7 machine.  Works fine  I have around 80% of my current functionallity after only a couple of weeks usage.   W10 will still be my main OS, but in 2025, the purported EOL for windows 10,  I will have some options

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What is a LTS key in this context?

 

12 hours ago, Trig0r said:

Well given I run an AMD CPU I might avoid it for now given the performance drops they apparently get..

 

When's Windows 10 EOL/EOS, might be worth grabbing a LTS key..

 

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