After the failure of Windows 8/8.1, Microsoft released Windows 10 to meet the expectations of users. However, a different version of Windows 10 is available in the market but they differ from one another in terms of features, required by a business. Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Professional are the two best choices for a business but these differ from each other.
Most entrepreneurs are trying to figure out which version of windows is best for them. These entrepreneurs come down with Windows 10 Pro or Windows 10 Enterprise. Both are widely available and offering almost identical experiences for the users. Service packages of Windows 10 Entrepreneur and Windows 10 Pro are different so their price is also different.
The difference between features of Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 enterprise are listed below:
|Windows 10 Pro
|Windows 10 Enterprise
|Windows information protection, BitLocker, Windows defender Anti-virus and Automatic Updates
|Windows Information Protection, BitLocker, BitLocker to Go, Windows Defender Antivirus, Windows Defender Credential Guard, Windows Defender Application Control, Windows defender advanced Threats Protection and automatic updates
|$199.99 per license
|Varies based on the size of the business & features
|Windows Autopilot eases device deployment
|Microsoft Application Virtualization(App-V) and Microsoft User Environment Virtualization Centralizes Apps
Windows 10 Pro
Windows 10 Pro enables the user with limited or no tech support, who still wants access to business-grade features like mobile device management, remote desktop access, shared devices with multiple logins, and Microsoft Intune.
Windows 10 Pro doesn’t come with windows defender application control and Guard functionality. This feature makes it suitable for small businesses with automated updates.
There are bundles of deals offers by Windows 10 Pro. The Price listed above is for a one-off subscription, $199.99 per License. There are bundles of deals offered for quantity purchases.
- Windows Autopilot-to deploys new devices to employees.
- Customized default setup
- Self-deploying mode
- Different profiles for the same device
Windows 10 Enterprise
Windows 10 enterprise is primarily built for large and mid-sized enterprises. If a small business needs exceptional intensive security and skilled in-house tech pros, they can also use this release.
Windows 10 enterprises enable IT departments to manage the security issue on their own terms. With these features IT departments can remotely manage devices, delivers virtual desktops using Azure, control OS updates, manage apps, access security analysis via Microsoft intelligent security Graph, Create Customer detection alerts and pull reports.
Users will have to submit a request for a price from Microsoft. Users should know the number of the license before you call, otherwise, it will cause an inaccurate Price quote.
- Windows defenders-for advanced security with four sub-products
- Virtualization-manages all the settings and accounts in one place allows a higher level of oversight and app security to IT departments.