There are several releases of Windows but all have a Home version and a Pro(fessional) version. The overall concept is a Pro version has more features to make the computer easier to use in a business/enterprise environment, while the home version has the basic core features providing an operating system that works fine for the individual.
The Home version although cheaper, does not come with the domain features built in, which is underlying problem from a remote user and IT person’s viewpoint. Extra work has to be done to allow the user access to the company network facilities (more rightly the domain).
Unless you have a grasp of the concepts between local and domain user, things can start to get confusing for the user, not only remembering different passwords and becomes a security nightmare for IT and so on. I could cut this article down by ending it here, saying…
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