However Windows 10 only supports this on the server (recipient) side if it is the Pro version, not the Home version.
So I looked at the cost of upgrading from Home to Pro - via the Microsoft Store the cost appears to be £219.
A quick search revealed a number of vendors offering supposedly legitimate licenses for Windows 10 Pro at a fraction of the cost - for example Software Geeks (a UK retailer) offer what they claim is a "genuine product key" for £19.99.
What am I missing in this odd equation?
Thanks for any help or enlightenment.
Edited by binary (Sat 02-Jun-18 20:02:54)