- Windows 7, first on the market in 2009
- Windows 8, first on the market in 2012
- Windows 10, first on the market in 2015
The basic idea was to create an overview for the user right from the start, which allows the user to overview and control all functions of the computer in a single "window" (engl. window) and to act on the screen without much effort and to use the desired functions and tasks in a simple and intuitive way. Apart from private use for text documents, games and creative activities, it is impossible to imagine the working world without the PC and its possibilities as a fixed or mobile workplace.
The Windows 7 operating system - Professional and Enterprise
The comparatively oldest version of our offer concerns the 7. Why does this version represent a special landmark of operating systems? The reason for this is not only the excellent possibilities, but also the regained trust in Microsoft. The predecessor Vista was error-prone and not sophisticated enough to convince the mass of users. For this reason, quite a few PC users with a Windows operating system have trusted the previous version XP. With Windows 7, Windows has been reopened for all user groups and apart from the home versions, the two versions we offer are particularly exciting for business users.
Windows 7 Professional is the operating system for medium and small businesses and also benefits individual users with previous knowledge or enthusiastic gamers. The maximum RAM is 192 GB and Windows Server Domains are additionally supported. Depending on the purpose, the version is also suitable because programs that no longer run under v7 can also be started in XP mode.
The licensed Enterprise version is very similar to the Professional version and is primarily sold to organizations and companies with a so-called volume license. Windows 7 is still supported by the manufacturer as an operating system and remains protected with regard to security risks. Due to a ten-year commitment, support will therefore end towards the end of 2019 and will finally be discontinued on 14 January 2020.
The Windows 8.1 operating system - Professional and Enterprise
The Windows 8 was released in 2012, the system changing update
Just like other operating systems, Windows 8 and 8.1 also come in different versions. Professional is aimed explicitly at small businesses that want to use their own computer for private and business purposes. In addition to the classic functions, the version is enriched with a remote desktop server and options: Hyper-V (visualization technology), hard disk encryption, EFS (Encrypting File System) and other applications.
In addition to the professional functions, the Enterprise version offers a number of bonuses. These include improved deployment, PC management options, virtualization and a higher security structure. This version also allows the use of DirectAccess and Windows To Go. The complete use of Windows 8 Enterprise is sold as a volume license. This version does not support Windows Media Center.
The Windows 10 operating system - The latest version
Windows 10 is the end point of Microsoft's operating systems - almost. With
Windows 10 is now as much a desktop as a laptop operating system and can be found on various multimedia platforms: Smartphone, Raspberry Pi, Xbox One and others. Compared to its predecessors, a number of details have been revised. The start menu, the system with apps, the implementation of the Personal Assistant Cortana and various security functions should only be mentioned here as examples. Data transmission and communication are completely reinterpreted and extended functions are accessible to almost all users, even in the basic version.
The professional version of our offer is the one especially for workstations or companies with further requirements regarding the computing power of the workload. The server factor and associated hardware also play a role when using the Pro version. There is also a Pro home user version available from the manufacturer, which is also interesting for smaller companies. With Windows 8.1 Enterprise, companies receive advanced functions that are helpful in everyday business life. These functions are similar to those of Windows 8 Enterprise and include, among others, the following in v10 BranchCache, AppLocker, VDI improvements, Windows To Go and DirectAccess.