Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation offers businesses the opportunity to test out the features before they purchase. Often, after testing the software, businesses decide to upgrade. This guide will show you how to upgrade Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation from Evaluation to Enterprise.
Understanding Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation
Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation – What is it?
Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation (also known as Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation) is a version of Windows 10 Enterprise that can be used for evaluating the software. This version offers all of the Enterprise Edition features, but it is only valid 90 days. This version is for IT professionals who want to test Windows 10 Enterprise on their networks and businesses that are considering upgrading from their current OS.
Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation vs Enterprise
The licensing is the primary difference between Enterprise Evaluation and Enterprise Versions. The Enterprise Edition is a paid, volume-licensed version. Enterprise edition also includes long-term support, which is not offered in the evaluation version.
Prepare for Upgrade H2
Check system requirements
Be sure that your system meets Windows 10 Enterprise’s minimum requirements before you begin the upgrade. This includes a 1 GHz CPU, 2 GB RAM for 64 bit or 1 GB RAM for 32 bit, 20 GB hard disk space (for 64 bit or 16 GB in 32 GB), and a DirectX 9 graphics card or later with a WDDM 1.0 Driver.
Backup Your Data
Backup your important applications and files before upgrading. You can use Windows’ own backup software or third-party programs to do this.
Upgrade Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation from H2 to Enterprise
Follow these steps once your system has been prepared to upgrade Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation from Evaluation to Enterprise.
Buy a license
A volume license is required for Windows 10 Enterprise. This can be purchased from a Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center. You will receive a Multiple Activation Key.
Change Product Key
- To open the Settings App, press the Windows key + the I on your keyboard.
- Update & security: Click the “Update & security” option.
- Activation: Select the “Activation Tab” from the left pane.
- Click the “Change Product Key” link.
- Click “Next” to enter MAK.
- Start the upgrade: Follow the instructions on the screen to begin the upgrade. During this process, your PC may have to be restarted several times.
You can check your Windows version by going to Settings >System > About.
The process of upgrading from Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation into Enterprise is straightforward. The main steps are to purchase the license required and enter the new product code in your system. Before upgrading, always make sure to backup your data and check that your system meets all the requirements. These steps will allow you to enjoy a full version of Windows 10 Enterprise that is tailored for your business.