Last week, Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 10525, the first Insider Preview version, after the operating system made its debut a month ago.
It introduced a couple of minor customization features, but that’s not what we are discussing here today.
The members of the Windows Insider Program will be observing a rather substantial change. The build released last week, had some users puzzled over activation issues. This is because Microsoft has not provided keys for Preview Builds, so if someone is trying Windows 10 Build 10525 for the first time on a device which did not have Windows 10 installed prior to the new version, Windows 10 will not be [...]
Yesterday we reported that members of the Windows Insider Program would be able to upgrade from Windows 10 Insider Preview, to Windows 10 RTM for free.
Sadly, we were wrong. This is what happened.
Microsoft’s Gabe Aul, the head of the Windows Insider Program had replied to a user on Twitter, saying that Windows 10 RTM would a free update for Insiders.His message wasn’t exactly clear, and naturally people thought that all members of the Insider Program would get Windows 10 RTM for free, regardless of whether he/she has a license for Windows 7 or 8 or 8.1.
What we assumed was, anyone could install the Windows Insider Preview now, and when [...]