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So finally the official MSDN version Windows 10 May 2020 Update (20H1) (Version 2004) has appeared. Because of the passion I once again embarked on a new win version, but this time (unlike the previous LTSC 1903 version which almost only got the name LTSC and the gut is still the same as the Pro / Enterprise versions) I decided.
My win version must be the same as both the name and the intestine as the original version of LTSC v1809.
Because it is now the age of the Internet Of Things = CONNECTIVITY MATERIAL , the new LTSC version must also be an IoT version , oriented so after about 4 days of preparation, the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSC v2004 Build 19041.208 x64 was born.
Before going to the official review of IoT version LTSC v2004, I would like to briefly mention LTSC / LTSB win versions which are basically different from Win versions such as Pro / Enterprise / IoT (Non LTSC) in the following important features: :
– No Bloatware
– No 2 Store apps and Xbox
– No Cortana
– No OneDrive (No genuine LTSC version available but official LTSB version available)
– No Microsoft Edge
– No automatic update to newer versions.
– Win LTSB / LTSC cannot participate in the Insider program which is a test program for new versions of Microsoft because Win LTSB / LTSC cannot upgrade to a newer version but only installs new ones.
My version of Win IoT LTSC v2004 must have all the same features if it is 100% like it is too good, if not I also have to try to do it to 90%, it will be considered successful.
Here are some images of Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSC v2004 Build 19041.208 x64 . All pictures are taken when installed on a real PC (but not a virtual machine) with the specific hardware configuration as follows:
Core i5 3570K @ 4.5GHz CPU.
RAM DDR3 8GB
HDD Western Digital Black 1TB
And to help people have a more intuitive view of the difference between Win IoT LTSC v2004 and regular Win versions like Pro / Enterprise / IoT (Non LTSC), I will install more Enterprise versions v2004.
The process of installing Win IoT LTSC v2004Fully automatic, no need to declare anything, win automatically login with Administrator account
Compare the hard disk capacity of my newly installed IoT LTSC v2004 version and the genuine Enterprise v2004 version
As you can see, my IoT version of LTSC v2004 only takes up 11.4GB despite having Net 3.5 and pre-installed DirectX and Visual C ++, while the genuine Enterprise v2004 has nothing, taking up 22.2GB of hard drive.
The main reason is that the IoT version of LTSC v2004 does not have Bloatware and I have turned off the Reserved storage feature which costs 7GB of hard disk, while the genuine Enterprise v2004 has the Reserved storage feature enabled by default during the installation of win.
Compare Start Menu for IoT version LTSC v2004 without Bloatware and Start Menu for Enterprise v2004 version
The IoT LTSC v2004 digital automatic license activation during setup win always, but still have the tool enabled folder on drive C. @ctive Peace of mind is the tool fully activated by the command line so it will not This program is also activated by virus scanning programs and this tool activates Office 2019/2016/2010 as well.
Compare the IoT Calculator LTSC v2004 and the genuine Enterprise v2004 Calculator
I have upgraded the IoT LTSC v2004 version of Calculator to the 2004 version compared to the default 1906 version in the official Windows Enterprise v2004 version.
The biggest difference between these two calculators is that the version 2004 has a new icon, but most importantly, the version 2004 has a graphing section , as the picture above can see I just need to put in an equation,
the Calculator will automatically Draw the corresponding graph. In my opinion this is the brightest upgrade of the new Calculator version.
After installing the full chipset driver, VGA, DirectX, Visual C ++, Office 2019 and the software for Win IoT LTSC v2004, the hard disk space takes up 16.1GB.
RAM when full soft for Win IoT LTSC v2004 version is 1.5GB
Win the IoT LTSC v2004 still retain Internet Explorer 11 nhé
Windows Defender scans for a good virus update, installs Microsoft Edge Chromium, sign in sync with a perfect hotmail account, OneDrive reinstalled and run no problem.
Download the update file Build 19041.264 and manually update everything works OK. The non-automatic update part of IoT LTSC v2004 works very well. Use the Store to download the Modern Combat 5 game and then the battle
The IoT version of LTSC v2004 does not have a 100% disk even though it installs on HDD and SysMain by default is run Automatic.
Link down iso IoT LTSC v2004 capacity 3.33GB supports both NVMe M2 SSD: