Windows 10 is an entirely new version of the veteran Windows operating system – a version that is make-or-break for Microsoft.
Microsoft believes the future of Windows is as a platform for all. Like Android, the strength of Windows is in the thousands of companies that develop for it (see the section about Universal apps for more on the relationship with developers) and use it in their products.
That's why Windows 10 is no longer just an operating system for 32 and 64-bit PCs. It will also run on the ARM platform for smaller tablets and smartphones. Windows 10 is going to run on phones – it's the new version of Windows Phone. If you know what Windows RT was, then don't worry, because it's nothing like that.
Universal apps will run not only on PCs, but on Windows 10 phones, IoT devices and Xbox as well.
Each sale included: 100% authentic Windows 10 (32bit & 64bit both) (Microsoft Original Download link) and A Brand New License/Product/Activation Key for purchased edition.
Unlock the device opportunity - It will drive new device selling opportunities for your customers. As it will be familiar to most Windows 7 users, this will drive adoption of Windows 10, and in turn is expected to drive new device sales as customers look to replace aging hardware as part of the upgrade. Windows 10 will also be easier to deploy as Microsoft makes in-place upgrades from Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 much easier. Removing friction from the deployment process will make Windows 10 easier to adopt, accelerating new hardware purchases. It expands partner prospects with phones, tablets, and PCs by providing additional opportunities to accelerate cloud services, building line of business apps, selling infrastructure services, and additional software licenses.
What is N Version: Same as regular version and the only different on the N edition is; Windows Media features are not installed by default. But download it from here and install on your PC, it will be 100% same as regular version: Media Feature Pack for N and KN versions of Windows 10