Pete FotopoulosVice President - Network and Infrastructure at NJA LLC
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"Windows 10 is licensed. It was included with the purchase of my laptop."
"For my home computer it's a lifetime license, only purchased once."
"I think it is fair. I haven't bought it on my own because our laptops are from the company, and our company pays for it."
"Windows 10 came with the computer when I bought it, so it was already licensed."
"The initial version came with the PCs and the upgrade we were able to get cost approximately $12 per computer. It was really cheap."
"The basic operating system of any hardware should be free. Therefore, it should be free. They should charge only for the enterprise level or enabling the hypervisor. They should charge for Professional Windows 10, but the basic OS should be free."
"I have never bought this solution myself, I generally get it with my Notebook for free. I think they are competitively priced at this moment."
"When we purchase a new machine, it comes with it, and we don't pay separately for the license."
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Google Chrome Enterprise is ranked 11th in Operating Systems (OS) for Business while Windows 10 is ranked 3rd in Operating Systems (OS) for Business with 33 reviews. Google Chrome Enterprise is rated 0.0, while Windows 10 is rated 8.2. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Windows 10 writes "Familiarity, maturity and popular productivity tools make this OS almost indispensable". Google Chrome Enterprise is most compared with , whereas Windows 10 is most compared with Windows Server, Red Hat Linux (RHEL), openSUSE Leap, Oracle Solaris and SUSE Linux Enterprise.
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