The vast majority of Windows PC owners bought a PC with Windows OEM installed and with the free Windows 10 upgrade MS will continue to update W10 for the life of that PC and you won't have to pay for any future upgrade every few years.
That's a good deal for the majority of Windows user.
I have a question, today I update my Notebook and I got free windows 10 upgrade
and I reserved that offer but when I try to use PC check in the menu
the windows said I can't use that option right now
will there be any problem ? when I upgrade my pc to windows 10 in the next month ?
Neneka, give it a little time. The GWX program probably has not finished checking your system for compatibly yet.
thank you for answer my question
Btw, Do you know how long GWX program will take time to checking my system ?
Don' t really know, but try PC Check a few times a day and see if it shows any change. Looking at my event logs GWX seems to run after each system boot, so you could try a restart and see what you get.
Am I the only one who thinks that it would be a good idea if Windows 10 had something called "Themes" (not like the desktop background themes) that would basically make Windows 10 look like other versions of Windows? Then you could combine elements to make your own themes. For example, if I liked the Details Pane in File Explorer at the bottom, the Aero Glass effect on windows in Windows Vista/7, the Taskbar of Windows XP, and the Start Screen of Windows 8 (yeah, that's true), then this would make it possible. It would be like creating the perfect version of Windows that gives everybody else the options they want to make it most suited to them, for whatever reason, as well as combining all of their previous successes with Windows into one, final, refined operating system.
Basically, I've been giving a lot of feedback with the Windows 10 preview indicating that something like this would be absolutely amazing, but what are the legitimate drawbacks of this? Do you think it's something we could actually convince Windows/Microsoft to do? Would you enjoy a feature like this yourself?