I went to download the latest technical preview build of Windows 10 yesterday and discovered it's already been released!
The great thing about Windows 10 is it's free for the life of the product (as long as they continue to update it) if you have Windows 7 or Windows 8. But there is a catch, you have to upgrade within 1 year of the Windows 10 release. After that you will have to purchase it but even that's not a bad deal. For a new O/S it's cheap $119.
So, having tested it out on a spare system for a few months, I decided to give it a try on a production system. The upgrade process was a little confusing at first, but after it got going it was a snap and the best part - not only was it … [Continue Reading]