So the installer detects what was previously on that machine and installs the appropriate version. Hence when I looked at the properties it said Windows 10 Pro.
You can get to said properties bu clicking the start button and then right clicking on File Explorer and then clicking on Properties.
And son of a bitch here it is, Windows 10 Pro: One thing I notice about the windows in Windows 10 is that the minimize, maximize, close segment seems to be more separated. Makes for somewhat easier clicking. The style is interesting as there’s no more gray border on windows. It’s just straight out white now.
Regards security – I don’t have permissions to save into my pictures folder. That’s due to the fact it’s copied over from an old XP machine. I’ll fix that eventually.
Not as painful as I’d imagined it would be. Granted some features that I’d just gotten used to in XP and Windows 7 – Microsoft did their usual and shuffled it up a bit.
But if you want to know – the key differences between Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro – the latter can connect to Active Directory servers and domains. Home can’t. That’s really the big difference.