I had Windows 10 Pro on my older laptop (upgraded from Windows 7 Professional) and I recently bought new laptop with Windows 10 Home already installed. I would like to explore and learn something about developing apps for Microsoft HoloLens and HoloLens emulator requires Windows 10 Pro because Home edition does not support Hyper-V. I don-t want to use my old laptop for this because it has only 2 GB of RAM and I use it mostly for exploring the internet using Microsoft Edge, reading Windows Central and watching movies. So, I would like to switch systems on these two devices, putting Pro edition on the new laptop and the Home edition on the old one. Is that possible and how could I do it? Thanks for reading this question and if You know the answer I would really appreciate if You answer it.

Windows 10 licenses are tied to the hardware. I\’m not sure you can swap a license. The inexpensive way would be to just upgrade the new laptop to Win 10 Pro. . . (I think)

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