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Just for interest. ( from Ars Technica)



The US Department of Defense announced today that it is to standardize on Windows 10. Over the course of the next year, some 4 million systems will be upgraded to Microsoft's latest operating system in what must be the largest enterprise deployment of the operating system worldwide.


This will be the W10 Enterprise Long Term Servicing Branch which doesn't have The Store or the 'Modern' apps
 
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Let the Department of Defense suffer windows 10 just like all computer operations it runs.
Which browser are you using? Will it go to XXX sites? Have you changed your password in an approved way?

Been there done that. The government computer police absolutely strangle any sensible use .

Outfits named the Directorate of Information Management monitor all computer operations and have been known to invade work areas with firearms to investigate suspected computer misuse.

Your friendly government looking out for your best interests as determined by them.
 
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I am sure that they will get a very different release than the GP.
 
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Probably so. They will undoubtedly get the LTSB and probably get some extra stuff built into the kernel for crypto as well. And I am sure it will be some time before the roll-out starts which will enable MS to get rid of a few bugs. ;)
 

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