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Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC (Long-Term Servicing Channel) 2019: is a long-term support version of Windows 10 Enterprise released every 2 to 3 years. Each release is supported with security updates for 10 years after its release, and intentionally receive no feature updates. Some features, including the Microsoft Store and bundled apps, are not included in this edition. This edition was first released as Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB (Long-Term Servicing Branch). There are currently 3 releases of LTSC: one in 2015 (version 1507), one in 2016 (version 1607) and one in 2018 (version 1809).
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB (Long Term Servicing Branch) 2016:
Enterprise LTSB builds on a strong foundation, adding premium security and management features, designed to address the needs of larger organizations, including your enterprise or higher education institution. Most Windows PCs are on the “Current Branch”, which is considered the stable branch. But businesses don’t want all their PCs to constantly get big updates, even if they are delayed a few months. Critical infrastructure like ATMs, medical equipment, and PCs that control machines on a factory floor don’t need whizbang features, they need long term stability and few updates that will potentially break things. A PC operating medical equipment in a hospital room doesn’t need new Cortana updates. That’s what Windows 10 LTSB–the “Long Term Servicing Branch”–is for, and it’s only available for the Enterprise edition of Windows 10.

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Publisher Microsoft
Release Type LTSB (2016) or LTSC (2019)
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Product Name Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB-2016 or LTSC-2019 as purchased
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What is the LTSB (Long Term Servicing Branch)?

Windows 10 uses a new approach to providing updates to users. Traditionally Microsoft would release a version of Windows and then provide updates such as security and bug fixes, but not add any major, new functionality. Every few years Microsoft would release a new version of Windows that contains updates and new features but this meant customers would always have to wait years for new functionality. With Windows 10, Microsoft is giving users greater choice in how they receive new features with the introduction of a long-term servicing branch (LTSB) and a current branch (CB) version.

The Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC/LTSB is similar to how versions are delivered today with a new one delivered every couple of years and in between each new version Microsoft will provide security updates, bug fixes and so on. Alternatively, customers can choose to use the CB method which provides security updates, bug fixes, and new features every few months.

Highlights & Details

  • Up to 10 years of security updates
  • Stable operating system without redundant and potentially security threatening apps
  • More freedom of choice than with Standard Enterprise Edition
  • Optimal option with special hardware demanding a very secure environment
  • Supports the current processor generation

What if I Don’t Want to Automatically Install Updates?

Windows 10 is going to have three broad demarcations of users: consumers, business users and mission-critical business systems. For each type there is something known as a ‘branch’.

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Consumers will be subject to the Current Branch (CB) and will receive Windows updates as they are released. Of course, they will have gone through extensive testing via engineering builds, internal testing, early adopters and the Windows Insider program beforehand so several millions of users will already have installed these updates.

Business Users will default to Current Branch but have the option to select Current Branch for Business (CBB). This allows them to defer feature updates for up to eight months after they’re released to the Current Branch. This provides ample time for testing, compatibility work and fixes and just to wait and see how the hundreds of millions of Current Branch users get on with the updates. The updates can be deferred but they will need to be installed within that eight-month time-frame. Organizations will be able to control and manage how updates (including critical and security updates) are deployed using tools such as System Center Configuration Manager, Windows Server Update Services or a new Windows 10 service called Windows Update for Business.

PCs running life-dependent, highly secure or mission-critical systems, for example in a life-support center or a military aerospace controller etc. have the option to deploy point-in-time releases known as Long Term Service Branch. These will not be updated with new features but will have security and critical updates applied, although the organization can manage and control the distribution of these updates. It releases will be supported for at least 5 years (10 years if the customer has software assurance). New long-term servicing branch releases will be made available every two-three years and customers will have the option whether to install them or not.

The Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC)

The following table summarizes equivalent feature update versions of Windows 10 LTSC and semi-annual channel (SAC) releases.

LTSC release Equivalent SAC release Availability date
Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSC Windows 10, Version 1507 7/29/2015
Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSC Windows 10, Version 1607 8/2/2016
Windows 10 Enterprise 2019 LTSC Windows 10, Version 1809 11/13/2018

Note

The Long Term Servicing Channel was previously called the Long Term Servicing Branch (LTSB). All references to LTSB are changed in this article to LTSC for consistency, even though the name of previous versions might still be displayed as LTSB.

LTSB/LTSC Gets Security Updates for 10 Years, Without Feature Updates

Because the LTSB version is designed for stability, it’s updated very differently from other builds of Windows 10. Microsoft will never publish a feature update like the Anniversary Update or November Update for Windows 10 LTSC/LTSB. These machines will get security and bugfix updates through Windows Update, but that’s it. Even when Microsoft releases a new version of Windows 10 long-term servicing branch with new features, you’ll have to download new Windows 10 long-term servicing branch installation media and install or upgrade from the media. This version will never be automatically updated with new features.

According to official documentation, Microsoft will typically release a new major version of Windows 10 long-term servicing branch every two to three years. That’s what the documentation says, anyway–the current version of Windows 10 long-term servicing branch seems based on the Anniversary Update, so Microsoft is seemingly still changing its plans. You can also choose to skip releases–every version of Windows 10 Enterprise long-term servicing branch will be supported with security and stability updates for ten years, according to Microsoft.

System Requirements:

Processor 1 GHz CPU, x86 or x64 processors and SoCs
Memory 1 GB (32-bit), 2 GB (64-bit)
Graphics card SVGA (32 Bit per Pixel)
Sound card n.a.
Hard disk 16 GB (32-bit), 20 GB (64-bit)
Screen minimum resolution 800x600 pixels, recommended minimum resolution 1366x768 pixels
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) - required
UEFI Secure Boot - required

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