I don’t think so, re “SketchUp related”.
Definitely, 64-bit edition, is a must.
It might be more about the extensions or renderers you run with SketchUp, then SketchUp itself.
There are differences in the memory limits between editions:
Memory Limits for Windows and Windows Server Releases
You will have no control over Windows Update with 10 Home edition. With 10 Pro, you’ll have the option to postpone updates for a limited time. (And maybe more. They have something called Update for Business. But it’s likely not free.) [specs]
With Pro, you can install Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-ins. With Home you cannot. (This is evident in Win 7 already.)
Machine Debug Manager is no available for 10 Home. *
With XP, MS put some size limitations upon the Home editions as far as User hive of the registry. Pro never had an limits. So on Home editions if you liked to install and try out a lot of software, you would eventually reach a limit, and you would start getting these warning popups. (People complained, and luckily there was a registry entry that would stop the warnings and extend the limit. This was with XP. I haven’t seen this issue with Win7 Home. Maybe the issue doesn’t exist anymore? But then again I have 5 times the memory under Win7 that I had under XP.)
I can say that if I knew of the differences when I bought XP Home, I’d have paid the extra money and gotten Pro. Same for Win7, except that it was a low-end notebook given to me, so I had no choice.
I’m currently leaning toward buying a clearance model, because it has 10 Pro, rather than 10 Home, for the same price as the newer model.