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On November 20, 1985, Microsoft introduced an operating environment called Windows, making it one of the largest companies. In response to the growing interest in graphical user interfaces, it provides a graphical operating system shell for MSDOS. It provides a way to store multiple files, run the software, play games, watch videos and connect to the internet. Windows* came to dominate the personal computer of the world’s market with over 90% market share, overtaking Mac OS, which was introduced in 1984.

There is a different edition of *windows, and it started with *Windows XP. Each edition has the same operating system, but some edition has additional features at additional costs. However, we have two most common *windows for computers: home and professional.

Windows home is one of the basic editions of windows. It is the cheap edition of windows and comes preinstalled on many new computers. At the same time, it provides all the fundamental functions of windows, such as connecting to the internet, browsing the web, watching different videos, and many more.

The *Windows Professional edition (also called Windows Pro or Win Pro) is an enhanced edition designed for power users. And small and medium-sized businesses. It has all the features in *Windows Home as well as those listed below:

  • Remote Desktop: It allows you to remote control another Windows computer connected to the internet.
  • Bitlocker: It is a Microsoft Integrated file encryption.
  • Hyper-V: It is a windows hypervisor for running virtual machines and is equivalent to 3rd party software such as VirtualBox.