Windows 10 Free Upgrade is Rolling Out

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by wonder, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. wonder

    wonder Expert Licensed User

    So I woke-up, turned on my PC and this Window popped up... Should I roll with it?

  2. Cableguy

    Cableguy Expert Licensed User

    I had a new Asus T100 for my upcoming birthday... It runs on win 8.1 with Bing, should I expect to receive such a 'warning'?
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  3. wonder

    wonder Expert Licensed User

    Hopefully you will! :) Do you have auto-updates on?
  4. Cableguy

    Cableguy Expert Licensed User

    Yes I have, took a whole afternoon last Saturday to install 99 updates and config itself
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  5. Cableguy

    Cableguy Expert Licensed User

    well the day is almost gone and no "lucky winner" message
  6. RandomCoder

    RandomCoder Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Check your task bar, I've now got a new Windows flag icon appeared thats begging me to upgrade. "Get Windows 10, please install me :p"
    The big question remains.... am I feeling lucky today???
    I don't think so, not today anyway. I've not got the time to start restoring my system :eek:
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  7. schemer

    schemer Active Member Licensed User

    I got one of those notices on my Win7 Pro pc that I use as my main computer. I am going to wait as we have 1 year to upgrade for FREE. And from what I read, if you upgrade within the first year, it will be FREE forever. I don't know if that will be the standard edition though and then to upgrade it will cost you as there are rumored to be 10 different versions. :( My wife has Win 8.1 and I will use her pc as the beta tester. :) I also have a Win 8.1 pc from HP that I bought in a hurry a few years back to test one of my apps to make sure it worked on Windows 8. It is a plain Jane vanilla pc and I will turn it on and let it watch for the update message and use that too for a beta tester pc. I am not sure if the update works with reseller pc's (Dell, HP, etc) as opposed to home built pc's which is all I have with the exception of the hurriedly purchase HP Win 8 pc.

    added: I like to keep one of every OS in a running condition for my own testing and work. I have Win95, Win98, XP, Vista, Win7, and Win 8.1 now. Every time I build a new pc the old one gets added to the network, with the exception of Win95 and Win98. Those last 2 don't ever get turned on anymore, but I keep them just in case. :)
    Last edited: Jun 2, 2015
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  8. ShaneG30

    ShaneG30 Well-Known Member Licensed User

    The release is 29 July 2015 ;)
  9. DonManfred

    DonManfred Expert Licensed User

    Already "Reserved" my Versions of Win10. Time to move to a new OS. I have windows 8 too but i went back to 7
  10. aaronk

    aaronk Well-Known Member Licensed User

    I got the Windows logo coming up on my Win8.1 PC today..


    Release is 29 July 2015.
  11. KMatle

    KMatle Expert Licensed User

    Here in Germany, too...
  12. DarkMann

    DarkMann Member Licensed User

    I've been testing since December.

    It's good enough now to be the only OS I'm using at home. I've still got Win7 on my work PC in the office, but that'll be changed on July 29.

    It is perhaps not as 'comfortable' as Win7, but the speed improvements over Win7 are impressive enough to make the change a sensible one. I never use Cortana, but I now actually like the new start menu and the customisation it can allow. Also, the display scaling is improving all the time and this is important to me as my eyesight isn't what it once was. I use multiple screens and snapping is also improved which is a great help when developing.

    The preview builds are still a little rough and I get the odd freeze - particularly with File Explorer - but I've not lost anything in six months of use on my main PC.

    Working in PC retail means I need to keep up, but I never was enthusiastic about either Vista or Win8. I'm happy so far that Windows 10 is one of the good ones!
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