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  1. So how will Windows 10 Education be an upgrade on the Pro version? It looks more like the Enterprise version with a different label to me.

    Could this be another case of too many variants? They look kind of reasonable apart from the distinction between Enterprise and Education.

    Also what about the upgrades? Is it a case of download missing parts or just change of license key and other parts are activated? Either way I hope we can find out from Microsoft soon what the OS and upgrade paths will cost.

  2. Enterprise is built upon Pro and Education as you rightly said is built on Enterprise and specifically for Schools. Yeah pricing, box shots etc have not yet been announced.

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