I read there is win10 home, pro , workstations and enterprise.
I am running win7 64bit pro at the moment and Rhino V5 so would at least go for pro, but dont want to find out that Rhino 7 would have benefitted from 10 workstation.
I need to work with meshes, and I see Rhino V5 go SLOW, very slow as soon as I import a mesh with 1,xxx,xxx polys. bring a few more in and oh dear.
Is the slowness the OS, or would it make no difference ?
Is that video card or what else, currently MSI GTX970 Intel Core i7 4790 3.6 GHz and 32Gb DDR vengeance Pro RAM
Regards high end progs that tax the system, I also need to run DaVinci Resolve 17 video editing to tackle 4K as well as HD.
Also Photoshop and many layers, can get to hundred or more on flight sims skins and a third of that on complex dSLR work.,
Photogrammetry, Agisoft Metashape and Photoscan. win7 or later it says.
EOS Photomodeler. (EOS say win7,8 or 10, nothing about the version)
Windows 10 Pro for Workstations is designed for people with advanced data needs such as data scientists, CAD professionals, researchers, media production teams, graphic designers, and animators.
DaVinci Resolve says * Windows 10 Creators Update. minimum required.
whatever creators update is and which OS accommodates that. I see its now creators fall update Oct 2017. makes changes to the interface and a load of things that dont seem to be to do with actual performance of CAD or video etc !
what of this creators update for Rhino ?
I will be following advice that I can get win10 like win7, desktop icons a plenty over my background image (10% increments of grey for colour calibration checking, no coloured blocks stuff ). So I want control over my interface and placement of shortcuts., screen littered with them and I like it that way.
That would seem to be the way fwd, are you guys on workstation or pro ?