The chart below shows the difference between Windows 10 Pro, Home, Education, and Enterprise. Just keep in mind that users getting the Windows 10 upgrade for free can’t choose what version to install. This process will be done automatically based on their current version they’re running. For more details, read my previous article explaining which version of Windows 10 you’ll be getting for free. As you can see from the chart, all the editions include every essential feature users need to get the work done. However, there are a few specific features that you will only find on specific version of Windows 10, such as Long Term Servicing Branch, which allows enterprise to prolong upgrades or Windows Update for Business that allows companies to control how updates are delivered, and this is something that Home users don’t have to deal with. While the operating system is release on July 29th, the company explains that the roll out will go by stages: On July 29th, Windows Insider will get the upgrade, then those who reserved a free copy, and then everyone else, so no everyone will get Windows 10 on day one – the roll out will take some time. What version of Windows 10 are you running? Tell us in the comments below. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.