- Provides enhanced data protection with BitLocker and BitLocker To Go to help keep your information secure.
- Enables you to host a Remote Desktop Connection on your own PC so you can connect to it when you're using a different PC.
- Allows you to join a domain so that you can connect to your corporate or school network.
Does anyone here have a preference between the two?
Best answer by ams963View original
Let me add the true reason I posted this. I'm dealing with a small office that has an imbalance in the OS on various client PCs (everything from Server 2003, NT and yes even XP!). The owner was quite happy with Windows 8.1 (as he also has that at home) but now he somehow now has the Pro version on his work PC. I'm thinking of rolling him back to 8.1 it'll be the first time I've tried that.
Any other thoughts?
In addtion, since the administrative assistant is on Windows 7, it makes things difficult when she tries to help the owner.
And an added advantage would be you can teach him the extra features in Pro version in the future. And when he would understand the better security and networking capabilities of the Pro versioni, he would be very happy.:)
Just install Classic Shell in the 8.1 Pro Office pc. The assistant should have no problem using 8.1 then. It would be just like Win 7.:)
Or does it work another way. I'm not familiar with administrative office pc environment. But if that causes a problem then you have to get Win 7 on the owner's office pc which would cost him extra money.