With release of Windows 10, at least Microsoft servers are facing massive internet traffic of up to 40TB/s, but all this is worth the happiness of users installing or upgrading to Windows 10. Redmond giant made availability of Windows 10 either via upgrade or direct ISO of the OS, it all depends on user’s choice. Important thing about this upgrade or installation is that it needs activation. But in case you want to have a free lunch then Windows 10 Enterprise edition is what you need. Windows 10 Enterprise is a free 90-day trial version edition from Microsoft.
Users who were already using the genuine Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1, have already upgraded to Windows 10 and even the insiders are using the free one option. So for those who didn’t qualify for this free race of Windows 10 or they don’t to go for an upgrade. Such people can choose for this 90-day free trial of Windows 10.
Users can first try Windows 10 then opt for further option of upgrading or fresh installation of Windows. Also there are lots of features which Windows 10 Home or Pro edition will not provide like AppLocker, Device Guard, Device Access, Windows To Go Creator, Credential Guard, operating system deployment and comprehensive device and app management etc. So one can also give try on these features with only Enterprise edition of Windows 10.
Enterprise edition is available in both 32-bit (x86) as well as 64-bit (x64) versions. Language editions so available are: English (United States), English (Great Britain), Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil).
At the time of installation you will be prompted for activation but there is no need to enter any product key. Still Microsoft has given product key for recovery purposes. Product key of Windows 10 Enterprise edition is:
Enjoy the trial version of Windows 10. Happy Windows Computing. 🙂