If you work in Blender on Windows 10, which Windows 10 do you run? Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro?
These days there’s little difference that I know of apart from things in Pro like connecting to a Domain, which most people won’t need to do. I have some mix of Home and Pro but could not tell you which ones are which because it never affects anything I want to do.
Gavin, thank you. I took into consideration.
How did you make this mix?
I just acquired computers at different times and some came with pro and some home. Haven’t had any issues networking them using the features home has (beyond Microsoft peer-to-peer networking always being fiddly).
I use windows 10 pro for a few reasons at the time windows 10 home would not scale to 64 threads on a cpu also i can use remote desktop to send files and such to my rendering pc. Also i think there are limitations to virtual machines on home (hyper v) and the security is better in general with bit locker.