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Windows 10 Pro

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All the features of Windows 10 Home plus enterprise grade security, powerful management tools like single sign on, and enhanced productivity with remote desktop and Cortana. Licensed for 1 PC or Mac.

Windows 10 Pro

Windows 10 Pro

All the features of Windows 10 Home plus enterprise grade security, powerful management tools like single sign on, and enhanced productivity with remote desktop and Cortana. Licensed for 1 PC or Mac.
CAD $259.99
CAD $259.99
Required processor

1 GHz or faster compatible processor

Required memory

1GB RAM for 32-bit; 2GB for 64-bit

Required hard disk space

Up to 20GB available hard disk space

Required video card

800 x 600 screen resolution or higher. DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver

Required connectivity

Internet access (fees may apply)

Other system requirements

Microsoft account required for some features. Watching DVDs requires separate playback software.

Additional system requirements

You must accept the enclosed License Terms, also at microsoft.com/useterms

Activation required • Single license • 32 & 64-bits on USB 3.0 media included

Rated 3.2 out of 5 stars

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User Rating: 4 out of 5

Submitted on2016-07-11

Review title of RetroDigitalRuns great, But wouldn't buy it.

As a free upgrade as I got Windows 10 it is great. No major issues that I wouldn't expect from any O/S during an upgrade (planning is always key during upgrades) Runs great.. Fast, Smooth, stable. Reason I say I wouldn't buy it would be I think Microsoft needs to rethink thier pricing models. The only reason I upgraded is because of the free offer, I dont expect it to be free but I dont feel there is enough there to even come close to spending 149 or 249 on the OS. I think if they can manage to give it away for free over the last 12 months I'm sure they can come up with more reasonable pricing which may also bring some that wouldn't ever upgrade in line. Bottom line is Great OS, pricing is out to lunch (as it always is) Enjoy!

7 out of 7 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on2017-01-15

Review title of ShadmehrThe one who i love most!

As a Developer, I'm too excited to use windows 10 options. This OS is the one which I was looking for so long.

8 out of 9 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 4 out of 5

Submitted on2019-03-05

Review title of Commander KokuraiGreat OS, Not great price.

While windows 10 pro is a fantastic operating system, full of mostly solid features, nice design and modern looks. The price on the product is outrageous, for something that is pretty much required for most people to run a modern computer without resorting to something complicated and unreliable, it should not cost $269, not to mention the fact that it is only usable on one pc at that far to high price point. A more reasonable price point would be $100 for the "Home Edition and $150 for the pro Edition, if you insist on charging the $269 for the Pro edition, it should be usable on more then one system, in my personal opinion.

3 out of 3 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on2017-02-20

Review title of FollowTheLionBest yet.

Windows 10 Professional is an excellent operating system. As far as client OSs go, this is probably the best that Microsoft, or any other brand, has come up with yet. For work, it integrates into networks well and supports most software. For home, the parental controls are awesome. I don't know if Microsoft plans to continue the pattern one decent operating system followed by one that causes great mental pain in its users, but this is definitely one of the good ones. 2000 Pro - good and stable Millenium edition - complete garbage. XP Pro - okay system, not perfect, quite flexible. Vista - disasterous, mainly due to PCs not being up to the task - drive everyone crazy. Windows 7 Pro - excellent. 8.0 - first attempt at new look and architecture - didn't go so well 8.1 - some pain relief 10 Pro - very nice - I use this on many home and work computers and it works well. One criticism is the use of new Windows 10 style interfaces for Settings panels that are not direct replacements for Windows 7 Control Panel. I use the Windows 7 applets for settings changes whenever possible. Since bother are there, that's not really a problem. It's just annoying. Otherwise, I'm quite happy and I'm running it on many machines.

5 out of 6 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on2016-07-26

Review title of NormsonFaster and Lighter

My likes are Faster devices install Faster start Faster access to apps smoother performance I have to say I am very impressed with the improvements and the stability of the OS I look forward to using this one for some time and learning all the new features

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on2016-10-19

Review title of cmagGreat Operating System

I bought the retail OS to have a spare legal licence key. I don't have a licence key for Win 10 Pro. My Laptop and my Desktop have digital licence keys assigned by my Windows account.

4 out of 5 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 3 out of 5

Submitted on2016-07-15

Review title of yowannj`ai de la difficulter a l`activer

j`ai de la difficuleté à activer mon produit sur mon ordinateur

4 out of 5 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on2015-12-06

Review title of MY_NAME_IS_TO_SHORTNot stable

The forced updates have made my system constantly less stable. My laptop no longer keeps display setting properly between docking station uses. A forced track pad update has made the system completely unusable as a laptop because driver is not stable and if it try to remove it MS forces that update again. Not to mention that the UI is convoluted and ugly. The old 7 Start Menu and 8.1 start screen where more functional then the new start menu/screen as Windows 10 search is you guessed it is not stable. Would recommend staying on Windows 7/8.1 as they are stable and MS can't force updates that trash your system. Windows 10 is not production ready at all. The forced updates should be called 'Windows as a disservice'. No wonder MS has to give it away for free.

7 out of 12 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on2016-06-26

Review title of xxwillcit's a good one

finally Microsoft toke the turn.. Great job on this edition. Just upgraded from 7 Pro to 10 Pro and would not go back

2 out of 3 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on2016-03-31

Review title of Peggy5hate it!! keep bugging me to update

I am using Window 7, everything going dine, I don't need to upgrade to Window 10, but it keep forcing me to update, I cannot choose 'NO' , it annoyed me. make me frustrated. Really Hate it!!!

9 out of 19 people found this helpful.
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This is a full version of Windows 10; we recommend you back up your files before installing. Windows Media Center is not available in Windows 10. Apps and features may vary by market. Updates are automatically enabled during support period; additional requirements will apply over time. Some features such as touch may require a new device. To check for compatibility, support period, and other important installation information, visit your device manufacturer's website and windows.com/windows10specs.

[1] Hardware-dependent

[2] App experiences may vary.

[3] Windows Hello requires specialized hardware, including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor or other biometric sensors.

[4] Broadband Internet required for some features (ISP fees apply). Xbox Live features only available with supported games in Xbox Live-supported countries, see xbox.com/live/countries. Limited number of games available in 2015 that support cross-device play; additional games to follow. Stream to one device at a time; streaming with multiplayer from Xbox One requires home network connection and Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately); Gold also required for multiplayer play on Xbox One. DirectX 12 only available with supported games and graphics chips. Game DVR only available with supported hardware. Xbox One, PC/Tablet and Phone versions of games all sold separately.

[5] Cortana available in select markets at launch, experience may vary by region and device.