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Microsoft - Windows 10 Pro Full - USB 32/64-bit

( 3.9 Average / 14 Ratings )




Part #



Windows 10 Pro



Maximum Supported Memory

2 TB

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om1kron 41 points 39 months ago

Windows 10 isn't without it's faults, the constant issues with windows explorer needing to be randomly restarted. all the time has been a real pain, other than that it's run very stable.

codezer0 10 points 35 months ago
from completed build 4K Gaming Deployed

Purchased this becfause it was strangely less expensive to get a full copy of the game on a USB drive than the expected DVD images.

Glad I made the choice. the USB 3.0 drive makes setup and installing the OS refreshingly fast over the optical drive, and I didn't have a drive to spare for an OS install. Fresh install, drivers, and a run through of ShutUp10, and Windows 10 Pro has been a fantastic OS for this new hardware.

Jurunce_the_Mod_Guy 12 points 31 months ago

I started with Windows 7 Ultimate, then I upgraded to Windows 10 Pro, so I didn't have to pay a damn dime for a license of my own. But it did come with one problem, when the upgrade succeeded, my Windows 10 Pro wasn't activated, so I got onto the phone with Microsoft, and they activated my OS, so I now have a genuine copy.

rfinnie 14 points 19 months ago
from completed build Amy, the Above Average Gaming PC

Full retail copy, didn't want to go the grey market Kinguin route. I have a beautiful, amazing, spectacular slip of paper with a CD key on it. Also, the world's cheapest all-plastic USB drive. But at least it's 16GB.

Ricklig 21 points 16 months ago

This brings me to the next one, which is a total lie. I dont have windows 10 pro, but I do have windows 10 education (which isn’t an option of the pcpartpicker website) which I procured a free version thanks to my university. However, I was planing on adding a partition soon for a Linux distribution. I’ve got a Ubuntu system running, but I was wondering if any of you pros out there could recommend me a better Linux distribution. But Windows is great too, don’t get me wrong, but there’s is just something about a UNIX system that makes a boy wobble at the knees

ctteg 12 points 14 months ago
from completed build Prime Number Hunter

Painful purchase, but I wanted networking capabilities.

Kazlehoff 6 points 13 months ago
from completed build Accidental Corsair And MSI Build

IF there was anything else i could run and play games on, i probably would. Windows has been a messy OS since literally forever. i would convert to a Hackintosh if there was more game support.

ibrahem0g 4 points 9 months ago
from completed build my PC


levy_wilson 8 points 7 months ago
from completed build White Ryzen 2400G Build

Full of bloat and spyware. Required for using my processor as it doesn't support the OS I wanted. If I had a choice I would be using Windows 7 still.

Brisby2 1 point 3 months ago
from completed build The Atlas (First Build)

Typical Windows, full of bloatware and security vulnerabilities. However, is way more customizable and compatible than Os X.

Pros: - Customizable and user-friendly.

Cons: - Bloatware.