Windows 10 Home – Online activation for 1PC – Retail

Windows 10 Home – Online activation for 1PC – Retail


✔ One-time purchase for 1 PC. Lifetime License
✔ Each licence key is only for ONE computer and can be reused on the SAME PC.
✔ Keys can be used globally on any Windows 10 Home language version.
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When it comes to getting a version of Windows 10, most users have to choose between two options. Opt for the most basic and choose Windows 10 Home or if we prefer or need, choose Windows 10 Pro, more complete but also with a higher price.

But maybe you don’t know the differences between the two versions, factors that can be decisive for you to decide for one or the other. And that’s what this article tries to solve, the fact that you have clear similarities and differences so you don’t get an unpleasant surprise later on.

When it comes to security, both versions offer the same features. Automatic updates via Windows Update or support for Windows Hello (on compatible devices), are a possibility that will not force you to choose between one version or another.

With regard to leisure, we will not find any differences. Both versions allow the use of the Xbox One controller with cable, the transmission of games from Xbox One to the PC, the Game DVR option or compatibility with DirectX12.

However, differences arise when it comes to assessing aspects related to the business and administrative environment. The professional field is the main goal of the Pro version of Windows 10 and this is noticeable by the absence of a good part of its possibilities in Windows 10 Home. An example might be the absence of remote desktop functions, the inability to access the shared configuration of computers or the fact that you do not have the Hyper-V Client.

At this point it is clear what the basic differences between the two versions are. In addition to the supported RAM, which at Home is 128 GB compared to the 2 TB offered by Windows 10 Pro, the main differences are focused on the professional market.

Focused on professional users, the Pro version offers access to the Windows Store for the company, shared configuration of computers, access to Azure or access to the Hyper-V client for management of virtual machines or Windows Update for companies, are some of the claims that Windows 10 Pro boasts. The only aspect that both systems share is the management of mobile devices.

There are no differences in terms of basic options, in the field of security, where both systems have a great success with the same specifications or in the field of leisure, where we find the same options and functions in both systems.


The product key and it’s respective Download Links will be instantly sent to your eMail after checkout gets completed. Please, make sure to have a look at the spam folder too, you may have received it there.

What’s next after you’ve purchased your Windows product key with us?

1- When your order gets processed and completed (Less than 5 minutes, the system is automated) you will receive an email from SoftwarePlanet that includes your product key(s) with the proper download links.

2- In case you’re searching for how to create a bootable USB stick with Windows, we have published a tutorial for this purpose by using a well known tool called Rufus that’s available for free. You can read it by clicking on this link or looking at the blog posts.

3- We have also written a tutorial to help you remove the bloatware that is included after the setup process. You can have a cleaner system installation by using Windows 10 Debloater.

If any kind of issue is presented while activating or downloading your files, don’t hesitate to contact us, we will provide a solution within a brief timespan.

Hardware requirements for Windows 10 Home

It’s required to have a 1Ghz CPU at least, or a faster one.

The RAM requirement is at least 1GB for 32-bit, and you need 2GB for 64-bit.

Related to hard disk space, it’s neccesary to have 16GB for x86 and 20GB for x86-64.

A graphic card with the DirectX 9.0 API is enough to run the interface.

The display resolution needs to be set at 800×600 or above.

You can find more detailed specifications by looking at Microsoft’s Website