Friday, July 31, 2015

Windows 10

Windows 10 has been available since July 29, and 14m devices have already been upgraded after first 24 hours.
Based on Gartner's most recent count of 374 million total Windows devices, that means the new OS now powers nearly 4 percent of all Windows machines. For comparison's sake, five days after the launch of Windows 8 - which wasn't a free upgrade like Windows 10 - then SEO Steve Ballmer was bragging about 4 million upgrades sold. And that was more than Windows 7 saw. More
Windows 10 is free for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users. Go to Microsoft's Site  to pick the 32-bit version / 64-bit version of media creation tool  and download. Paul Thurrott has a good write-up: Windows 10 Tip: Upgrade to Windows 10 Right Now.

If you want to revert back to the former OS you have 30 days to make the decision.




Windows 10 launch - as it happened  The Telegraph

Upgrade to Windows 10 for free Microsoft
Windows 10 Q & A Microsoft
Step-By-Step: Reducing The Windows 10 Installation File Size Via DISM  technet
Configuring Custom Windows 10 VPN Profiles using Intune
Windows 10 - How to Upgrade  msdn
Windows 10 - The First 24 Hours  Microsoft

Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10: Yes, it shares your passkeys; no, you shouldn’t be scared  arstechnica
Windows 10 Mail: Beautiful but bug-ridden 
How to do a clean install of Windows 10 (from Windows 7 and 8)
Review: Windows 10 is the best version yet—once the bugs get fixed
Trackpad gestures and keyboard shortcuts, or: Windows 10 for the Mac user

How to Uninstall and Block Updates and Drivers on Windows 10  how-to geek
How to Clean Install Windows 10
How to Manage Accessibility Features in Windows 10
How to Reset Your Forgotten Password in Windows 10
How to Hide the Cortana Search Box on Windows 10 Task Bar
How to Dual-Boot Windows 10 with Windows 7 or 8
How to Create Bootable USB Drives and SD Cards for Every OS

Windows 10 Tip: Master the Quick Access Menu Thurrott
Windows 10 Tip: Upgrade to Windows 10 Right Now
Windows 10 Tip: Master Multitasking Keyboard Shortcuts
Windows 10 Tip: Get Windows 7 Start Menu Back
Windows 10 Tip: Successfully Clean Install Windows 10
Windows 10 Review
Windows 10 and Automatic Updates
Windows 10: The New PC Experience

A closer look at logging into a Windows 10 PC with just your face  The Verge
How to clean install Windows 10
The story of Windows 10 from inside Microsoft
Here's what's next for Windows 10
Why Microsoft is giving away Windows 10 for free
The best Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts

How to do a clean install of Windows 10  cnet
Change your mind about Windows 10? Here's how you can roll back

Use Windows 10's individual display scaling to perfect your multi-monitor setup  PCWorld
Killing Cortana: How to disable Windows 10's info-hungry digital assistant
Can your old PC run Windows 10? The answer will surprise you
How to uninstall programs and apps in Windows 10
What Windows 7 holdouts will miss: 11 improvements in Windows 10
10 things Windows 10 failed to fix or flat-out broke 
Windows 10: The 10 best new features you should try first
How to play DVDs in Windows 10 for free
How to install Windows 10 on your PC 
5 must-know Windows 10 tips and tricks
Hands on with Windows 10's Windows Hello: It just works
How to schedule when Windows 10 updates restart your PC
Set Windows 10's Wi-Fi connections as metered to download forced updates at your own pace

Why the Hell is Windows !0 Sharing my WiFi Passwords  Gizmodo
Windows 10, Day One
Windows 10 Is Hiding a Great Video Capture Tool
Why I'm Upgrading to Windows 10
I Installed Windows 10 and Now I'm Talking To My Computer
The Ultimate Guide To Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts
14 Thing You Can Do in Windows 10 That You Couldn't Do in Windows 8 

The 10 best features of Windows 10, in GIFs  Mashable
What Windows 7 users need to know about updating to Windows 10
The evolution of Windows startup sounds from Windows 3.1 to 10
Windows 10 review: A needed upgrade with missing pieces
Here's how to install Windows 10 on a Mac. But should you do it?
What to do if your PC doesn't have enough space for Windows 10

Windows 10 Updating, Reinstalling And Activation Guide: Essential Advice To Avoid Problems  Forbes

Windows 10 laptops and tablets  ZDNet
Windows 10: You've got questions, I've got answers

Why is it called Windows 10 and not Windows 9? | ExtremeTech

How to download Windows 10 and create your own installation USB flash drive or DVD betanews

Here's the most surprising fact about Microsoft Windows  Time

Windows 10: The first 5 things you need to do immediately after you install it  yahoo

Windows 10 is spying on almost everything you do – here’s how to opt out  bgr

Supporting Windows 10 in Your Environment   myITforum

Windows 10 Torrent-U-Like updates slurp your precious bandwidth  theregister

Windows 10 uses your bandwidth to send other people updates  TNW

How to revert back to your previous OS after a Windows 10 upgrade  winsupersite

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