announced a new version of Windows 10 that’s specifically geared toward professional users that use high-end hardware to support mission-critical workloads. As
rumored, Windows 10 Pro for Workstations will feature Microsoft’s server-grade file system (the
Resilient File System), support for persistent memory (
NVDIMM-N), faster file sharing with SMB Direct and support for high-end hardware with up to 4 CPUs and 6TB of memory.
As the name implies, the focus here is indeed on high-end hardware and for this edition of Windows, which also means support for Intel Xeon and AMD Opteron processors. Standard versions of Windows 10 only support up to 2 CPUs and 2TB of memory, so this new version gives users on these top-of-the-line workstations (and the OEMs who want to build the...Read details...
For those who use high-end hardware to support mission critical workloads
Why would you waste high-end hardware with such mediocre software that limits your potential?
Vincent Kramar You can almost use gnu/linux sunsystem now +)
at the dusk of development a monstrosity is an addiction.
It has to be a real critical mission, like a storing a witnesses video for every US citizen, or anybody on the earth for example. Why not?
All you need is a laptop with 4 CPUs 6Tb memory and 1Zb of hdd.
You can grab it and go to Amazon jungles and just watch!
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