|Subject:||Re: Windows 10 will be FREE for W7 and higher Windows Versions
|Date:||Tue, 2 Jun 2015 15:07:36 -0700
|From:||"Stephen H. Fischer" <SFischer1@Mindspring.com>
There are lots of words about W 10 in many places.
I downloaded the 32 Bit ISO and have it running on my backup HTPC. What I am
seeing makes me wonder if use as an HTPC will work out.
No need to wait, sign up, download the ISO and have fun.
Download and install the preview only if you
Want to try out software thatís still in development and like sharing your
opinion about it.
Donít mind lots of updates or a UI design that might change significantly
Really know your way around a PC and feel comfortable troubleshooting
problems, backing up data, formatting a hard drive, installing an operating
system from scratch, or restoring your old one if necessary.
Know what an ISO file is and how to use it.
Aren't installing it on your everyday computer.
We're not kidding about the expert thing. So if you think BIOS is a new
plant-based fuel, Insider Preview may not be right for you
"Anders Jonsson" <anders.jonssonREMOVE@THISorrspelet.se> wrote in message
>I will surely upgrade a few of my test machines to see what happens with
> Regardnig DVDs - I assume that refers to DVD-movies, not the DVD disks in
> I think it has been that way since Windows 7 (or maybe it was 8).
> "Tom Krieg" skrev i meddelandet news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> Note at the end: Windows 10 will not play DVDs without additional
> software. Media Player will be removed, as well as other software with
> issues (presumably VLC media player). If you already have Paradox
> installed, it would be interesting to see if it's removed during the
> upgrade. I, for one, won't be upgrading anytime soon, not until I know
> that Photoshop6, Alienskin BlowUp and other stuff I use every day (not
> just Paradox) will work without issues.
> On 2/06/2015 12:51 AM, Stephen H. Fischer wrote:
>> I just got this in my notifications Icon area.
>> My reading that Windows 10 would be free to W7 and higher Windows
>> versions was correct.
>> As Windows 10 is said to be the last Windows version, what is next?