It seems that Microsoft might be working on a Windows 10 pro edition that has been specifically optimized for PC workstations. This Windows 10 Pro version would be able to run four processors and would get Microsoft’s ReFS file system.
This particular version of Windows 10 will be named: ‘Windows 10 Pro for Workstation PCs’. The information became public after a twitter user made some MS slides. The user responded to other users who were analyzing an internal Windows 10 build, ‘Pro for Advanced PCs’, which Microsoft accidently released to testers, reports myce today.
This enthusiast Workstation mode would bring maximum capacity on heavy workloads. The ReFS filesystem would help the OS better to handle large datasets. ReFS is already in use in Windows Server 2012 and 2016 and was designed to be next generation file system after NTFS.