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Windows 7 8.1 10 X64 Pro ESD En-US June 2016


Windows 7 8.1 10 X64 Pro ESD en-US June 2016




Windows is one of the most popular operating systems in the world, developed by Microsoft. It has different versions and editions, each with its own features and benefits. In this article, we will focus on the Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 x64 Pro editions, which are designed for professional users and businesses. We will also explain what ESD means and how it relates to Windows installation.


What is ESD?




ESD stands for Electronic Software Delivery, which is a method of delivering software files over the internet. ESD files are usually encrypted and compressed, which makes them smaller and faster to download than traditional ISO files. ISO files are disk images that contain all the data needed to create a bootable DVD or USB drive. ESD files can be converted to ISO files using a tool such as [ESD to ISO], which is a native Windows tool that uses DISM commands. ESD files are used by Microsoft to deliver Windows updates and upgrades, especially for Windows 10.




Windows 7 8.1 10 X64 Pro ESD en-US June 2016



Windows 7 x64 Pro




Windows 7 is the seventh major release of Windows, which was launched in October 2009. It was widely praised for its improved performance, stability, security and user interface compared to its predecessor, Windows Vista. Windows 7 x64 Pro is the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Professional, which is aimed at enthusiasts and small businesses. It supports up to 192 GB of RAM, domain join, remote desktop, backup and restore, encryption and more. Windows 7 x64 Pro also includes Windows XP Mode, which allows users to run older applications in a virtual machine. Windows 7 x64 Pro can be installed from an ESD file using the [ESD to ISO] tool.


Windows 8.1 x64 Pro




Windows 8.1 is the updated version of Windows 8, which was released in October 2013. It addressed some of the criticisms and issues that users had with Windows 8, such as the lack of a Start button, the confusing interface and the poor integration of desktop and touch modes. Windows 8.1 x64 Pro is the 64-bit version of Windows 8.1 Professional, which is designed for power users and businesses. It supports up to 512 GB of RAM, domain join, remote desktop, BitLocker encryption, Hyper-V virtualization and more. Windows 8.1 x64 Pro also includes a new feature called Workplace Join, which allows users to access corporate resources without joining a domain. Windows 8.1 x64 Pro can be installed from an ESD file using the [ESD to ISO] tool.


Windows 10 x64 Pro




Windows 10 is the latest and current version of Windows, which was released in July 2015. It is a unified operating system that can run on different devices, such as PCs, tablets, phones and consoles. It also introduced a new feature called Continuum, which automatically adapts the interface to the mode of use (desktop or touch). Windows 10 x64 Pro is the 64-bit version of Windows 10 Professional, which is suitable for advanced users and businesses. It supports up to 2 TB of RAM, domain join, remote desktop, BitLocker encryption, Hyper-V virtualization and more. Windows 10 x64 Pro also includes a new feature called Windows Hello, which allows users to log in with biometric authentication (face, fingerprint or iris). Windows 10 x64 Pro can be installed from an ESD file using the [ESD to ISO] tool.


Conclusion




In this article, we have discussed the features and benefits of Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 x64 Pro editions, which are designed for professional users and businesses. We have also explained what ESD means and how it can be used to install Windows from an online source. We hope this article has been informative and helpful for you.


References:



  • : [ESD to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 ESD File]



  • : [Windows 7 editions - Wikipedia]



  • : [Windows 8.1 editions - Wikipedia]



  • : [Workplace Join - Microsoft Docs]



  • : [Windows 10 editions - Wikipedia]



  • : [Windows Hello - Microsoft Docs]




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