Microsoft announced Windows 10 Pro for Workstations today, a new edition of the company's Windows 10 operating system aimed at high-end tasks and applications. Windows 10 Pro for Workstations comes with a set of new features and expanded hardware support. Show More Summary
The company said this new iteration of Windows 10 Pro "comes with unique support for server grade PC hardware and is designed to meet demanding needs of mission critical and compute intensive workloads."
Microsoft has announced a high-end Windows 10 SKU that's meant to bridge the gap between server variants of the operating system and professional workstation alternatives. The post Microsoft Launches Windows 10 Pro for Workstations appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Microsoft announced a new version of Windows for power users, enterprises and other organizations, called Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, that supports server-grade hardware and is designed to make high-end PCs more responsive and reliable. Announced...Show More Summary
Microsoft will add a Windows 10 Pro for Workstations edition for power users to its Windows 10 line-up this Fall, when it releases the Fall Creators Update.
Microsoft today announced a new version of Windows 10 that’s specifically geared toward professional users that use high-end hardware to support mission critical workloads. As rumored, Windows 10 Pro for Workstations will feature Microsoft’s...Show More Summary
Originally revealed as part of a leaked build of Windows, Microsoft has now revealed the full details for Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, previously called Windows 10 for Advanced PCs. Windows 10 Pro for Workstations is a high-end edition...Show More Summary
If you thought Windows 10 had too many editions, Microsoft isn’t listening. The company today unveiled Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, a high-end edition of Windows 10 Pro with support for server grade PC hardware that will ship as part of the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which is slated to arrive this fall […]
The Radeon Pro branding, announced last year amid a reorganization, is still fairly new, and the family has lacked a true flagship for the workstation market. Radeon Pro WX 9100 is that product.
AMD’s Radeon Pro Software allows you to switch between stable workstation drivers and desktop graphics drivers to help you kill some steam after a hard day at work without purchasing dedicated PCs for gaming and professional workloa...
The Mac Pro is Apple’s workstation. It’s designed for professionals who need a powerful and flexible machine, and is ideal for applications that use as many processing cores as possible—video-editing applications, image-editing software, 3D programs, and the like. Show More Summary
Like the look of Apple's new iMac Pro workstation, but you're a Windows user so macOS is a no-go zone for you? No worries! You can get all the power and performance of the iMac Pro while still being able to run Windows. Here we're going to build a system that's as close as we can get to the base $4,999 iMac Pro. Show More Summary
Steven Sinofsky has a terrific report summarizing last week’s WWDC: Delivering on “Pro” with the iPad Pro and iMac Pro is significant. The iMac answers the need for a high end workstation and does so with arguably the most powerful device available, yet in a sleek all-in-one form factor. Show More Summary
AMD said that both Polaris-based graphics cards are aimed at people working in the "design and engineering, architecture, finance and media and entertainment" industries.
With the announcement of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro today at WWDC, Apple continues to push the idea that its tablet can be a feasible mobile workstation. Third-party developers have been urging the same, like Affinity Photo, piggybacked off Apple's event to release an iPad version of its professional image editing toolbox. Source: Affinity Photo
Microsoft is prepping a new workstation version of Windows 10 Pro, with support for up to four CPU sockets, 6TB of RAM, and its new ReFS file system. The post Microsoft Preps ‘Advanced’ Windows 10 Pro for Workstation PCs appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Hardcore Mac fans may have had their fingers crossed for the return of the Mac Pro, but an extra “i” slipped in there somehow, and Apple instead has produced an iMac Pro. It’s a wallet-busting all-in-one workstation, and it looks handsome and sinister in a dark grey finish. Read More
Apple wants to become the go-to provider for users looking for a beast of a workstation with the new iMac Pro.
Back in 2016 AMD launched the Radeon Pro Duo, an interesting take on a semi-pro workstation card. As a dual-GPU Fiji card wasn’t going to be viable for the consumer market, AMD instead focused their attention on developing such a card...Show More Summary
I can almost feel the glee at HP as Apple execs admit that the iconic Mac Pro is impractical for pro users. That's because the excellent HP Z series has been on the modular/upgradeable path for years. Can Apple do better?