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Windows 10 LTSB (Official Info)


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https://technet.micr...ror=-2147217396

 

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How Microsoft publishes the Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB Edition

If Microsoft has selected the feature upgrade to receive long-term servicing support, Servicing Branch #2 is used to publish the media needed to install the Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB edition. The time between releases of feature upgrades with long-term servicing support will vary between one and three years, and is strongly influenced by input from customers regarding the readiness of the release for long-term enterprise deployment. Figure 2 shows the Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB edition being published at the same time as the other Windows 10 editions, which mirrors the way editions were actually published for Windows 10 in July of 2015. It is important to note that this media is never published to Windows Update for deployment. Installations of the Enterprise LTSB edition on devices must be performed another way.

 

Install servicing updates only by using Long-Term Servicing Branch (LTSB) servicing

As shown in Figure 7, the Long-Term Servicing Branch (LTSB) designation refers to Servicing Branch #2 from beginning to end. LTSBs begin when a feature upgrade with long-term support is published by Microsoft and end after 10 years. It is important to note that only the Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB edition supports long-term servicing, and there are important differences between this edition and other Windows 10 editions regarding upgradability and feature set (described below in the Considerations when configuring devices for servicing updates only section).

 

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I hope that coming this version very soon, thanks for the info Snuffy  :occasion14:  :headbang:

 

Regards from Ap1962 (Albert)


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Well if i read this right then the LTSB will only get security updates and none of the cack.

 

 

Sounds just great to me as i use a PC not a phone/tablet so i can get the benefit of windows 10 without all the cack i do not use  and it is secure/stable/theme-able.........................

 

okay whats the catch then ?


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Inserted Figure 7 in the OP to show that LTSB prolly won't be getting a TH2 upgrade (Feature Upgrade Y), but MAY get the Feature Next (Feature Upgrade Z), and still may not get it when available to the other W10 editions, since the upgrade would require testing by the masses.

 

IF anyone is impatient with the LTSB edition upgrade process, then they are using the wrong edition of Windows 10.  ;)


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They did mention 1 to 3 years (maybe). and if you want the next BEST LTSB you have to RENEW in 10 Years.


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Inserted Figure 7 in the OP to show that LTSB prolly won't be getting a TH2 upgrade (Feature Upgrade Y), but MAY get the Feature Next (Feature Upgrade Z), and still may not get it when available to the other W10 editions, since the upgrade would require testing by the masses.

 

IF anyone is impatient with the LTSB edition upgrade process, then they are using the wrong edition of Windows 10.  ;)

I'm not at all impatient with the update process of LTSB. Stability first and foremost in my opinion. Most of Windows 10 features so far have either been eye candy or fun gimmicks to play with for a while that I ended up not using anyway. Each to their own though.  :occasion14:


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I'm not opening no App in Settings unless I have to!  :histerija: :histerija: :histerija:

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It'll be a sad day when/if the Control Panel goes away   :sad11:


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Perfectly happy with LTSB, does everything I want with no gimmicks!


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I am TEMPTED to put his on my MAIN Win 7 computer BUT I think I will try it out first on My WIN10 Machine!

Thanks for the latest INFO!!!!!!!!


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I am TEMPTED to put his on my MAIN Win 7 computer BUT I think I will try it out first on My WIN10 Machine!

Thanks for the latest INFO!!!!!!!!

Keep us posted. :love4: :love4:


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Cool APU, Snuffy! Nice config. :mrgreen:  ;)  :occasion14:


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After trying both 1511 and LTSB I realize that there is no comparison. LTSB is the only way MS OS worth using. Just my 2 cents.
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After trying both 1511 and LTSB I realize that there is no comparison. LTSB is the only way MS OS worth using. Just my 2 cents.

 

Another one joins the CREW. Welcome Aboard.


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LTSB has been my daily driver for quite a few weeks & I'm very picky with a choice of OSes to restore on a moments notice as primary (with a couple others OSes running multi-boot).


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My Win10 Pooter that I had the insider version on CRASHED!!! I am done with that SO I put Enterprise LTSB & it is VERY SLICK & FAST!!!!!! 


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Snuffy... I'm almost on board with LTSB but still sitting in the life raft waiting to see if Server 2016 ever gets to final to test. For me, this "looks" hopeful but as long as they are taking to release it, I'm starting to wonder if it's got problems that will screw everything up??  I have experimented wit ALL the versions and LTSB has proven best for school and see the Business aspect as most beneficial of everything out so far. I'm still holding out until my next class before I start over with a clean system but of all that's out, LTSB wins! :headbang: IMHO :occasion14:


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So far everything I want (that was not in LTSB-S I have added and it works perfect.

no issues so far... :headbang: :histerija:  It activated as OEM, so no issue that way.

:love4: :love4:


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