So far you've put words in my mouth by implying that I think the non-pro version has inferior performance when I was obviously referring to my tablet potentially being inferior because of it's proprietary "built for windows" nature.
You've claimed that Pro Lite will have a minimal installation option and provided evidence from a completely different version of linux to back that up. In the end it turns out that I (the actual user of the OS) was correct as shown by Storm who took the time to attempt to replicate the issue.
You've stated that the Pro version comes with a 'few perks' then later stated that it comes with 'a lot of Additional Software', which is contradictory.
I managed to install Zorin Lite fully without ever needing to select a 'minimal installation' option. Everything I had on my existing Desktop Zorin Pro system is also available on the tablet, so I don't understand what "additional software" I have given up.
Again, I simply don't understand the difference in required space between the two versions, I can only conclude that the Pro version uses ext4 blocks that are four times larger than the non-Pro version - but I'm sure that isn't the case.
You've assumed that I'm a Windows person with Windows attitudes when actually my main desktop is Zorin Pro, I only dual-boot to Windows for work purposes - cos like most corporations linux is a mystery and they don't seem to realise WebApps has a linux version.
This isn't abuse, it's a conversation with facts as I see them, it's also not directed personally at you unless you are the person who coded the installer to unpack to a fixed size of 31.5GB (as evidenced by the fact both myself and Storm have the same disk space requirements regardless of system specification)
Edit: congratulations on closing the thread because you can't address the issues above.
The space is NOT calculated when two different systems with different architecture require the exact same amount of space regardless of whether you choose to download additional software or not. It's a FIXED figure, not calculated.
Perhaps @AZorin will be able to investigate why.
But whatever, obviously shouting down the new forum member is more important than investigating why a 'lite' Linux OS claims to require ~32Gb on a system that previously had the dreadfully bloated Windows 10 and somehow still had 7Gb of free space out of 32Gb.
I have reported several facts which you have dismissed. You have claimed several facts which have proven to be incorrect.
Hopefully I won't need further assistance, since obviously customers with questions are not welcome here.