Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC (Long-Term Servicing Channel) is a servicing option for Microsoft’s 10 operating system that follows the familiar two to three years between feature updates. In June 2017, Microsoft announced it would split Windows 10 into two channels: the Semi-Annual Channel (SAC) and the Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) – formerly the Long-Term Servicing Branch. The SAC caters to companies that prefer a shorter term between feature updates to get the most recent updates for rapid application development cycles.
Microsoft tailors the LTSC for companies that prefer the more traditional release cycle of two to three years between major features updates. The LTSC naming convention will retain the Windows 10 Enterprise YYYY format while the SAC releases will follow the Windows 10 Enterprise version YYMM format. Microsoft said it plans to add most of the enhancements – with some variations – from SAC releases to upcoming LTSC releases.
Long-term Servicing Channel
Specialized systems such as PCs that control medical equipment, point-of-sale systems, and ATMs often require a longer service option because of their purpose. These devices typically perform a single important task and do not need to update the features as often as other devices in the organization. It is more important that these devices be kept as stable and secure as possible with up-to-date user interface changes. The LTSC servicing model prevents Windows 10 Enterprise LTSCs from receiving standard features updates and provides only quality updates to ensure that device security remains up to date. With this in mind, quality updates are still available for Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC clients, but customers can choose to defer them by using one of the servicing tools mentioned in the Servicing tools section.
Microsoft never publishes feature updates through Windows Update on devices running Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC. Instead, it typically offers new LTSC releases every 2-3 years, and organizations can choose to install them as in-place upgrades or even skip releases over a 10-year life cycle.
The Long-Term Servicing Channel is only available in the Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC edition. This edition of Windows does not include a number of applications, such as Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Store, Cortana (although limited search capabilities are still available), Microsoft Mail, Calendar, OneNote, Weather, News, Sports, Money, Photos, Camera, Music, and Clock. These apps are not supported in Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC edition, even of you installing using sideloading.
Minimum system requirements:
– Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) clock rate, IA-32 or x64 architecture, Support for PAE, NX and SSE2
– Memory (RAM): 2 GB for IA-32 and x64 edition
– Graphics card: DirectX 9 Graphics device and WDDM 1.0 or higher driver
– Display screen: 800 x 600 pixels
– Input device: Keyboard and mouse
– Hard disk space: 16 GB for IA-32 edition and 20 GB for x64 edition
Recommended system requirements:
– Processor: x64 architecture with support for CMPXCHG16b, PrefetchW and LAHF / SAHF
– Memory (RAM): 4 GB
– Graphics card: WDDM 1.3 or higher driver
– Display screen:1024 × 768 pixels
– Input device: Multi-touch display
– Hard disk space: N / A
Manufacturer: Microsoft / Microsoft
English Name: Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019
Version Name : v10.0.17763.437
Persian Name: Windows 10 Enterprise Edition 2019
File Size: 2980 + 4229 MB
How to install Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019 Build 17763.437 (Updated Apr. 2019) x86 / x64
1. Download and unsubscribe your version first.
2. Using the ISO Burner program, burn the image onto a raw DVD, or use the Rufus program to bring Windows onto a USB flash drive and then install Windows.
3. Activate your Windows-based tool.