Upcoming changes to Windows 10 Insider Preview builds [UPDATED 6/22]

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  1. DavidY Win User

    Here's a new version of this...
    Source
    (Mods feel free to move back if you don't think it deserves its own thread - but it's changed significantly from the last one , so I thought having it as post 1 of its own thread would be useful to folks .)
     
    DavidY, Jun 22, 2015
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  2. groze Win User

    Thank you DavidY for the post.

    It is back to seven for me. I don't want to keep testing or let 10 consume a key. I only have one.


    I wonder how many insiders will drop out of the program.

    :)
     
    groze, Jun 22, 2015
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  3. Greg Carmack - Windows MVP Win User
    Update

    You have apparently chosen in Settings>Updates and Security>Updates>Advanced Settings to receive Insider builds. Thus your Insider preview was upgraded as was mine recently.

    Did you think that this was now free Upgraded to RTM? That would only be the case if you originally upgraded to Insider preview from a copy of Windows 7 or 8.1.

    More here about
    Upcoming changes to Windows 10 Insider Preview builds [UPDATED 6/22] | Blogging Windows


    Also here about
    Enrolling in the Windows Insider Program post Windows 10 release.
     
    Greg Carmack - Windows MVP, Jun 22, 2015
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  4. Greg Carmack - Windows MVP Win User

    Upcoming changes to Windows 10 Insider Preview builds [UPDATED 6/22]

    Windows 10 Pro Licsense Question

    Make sure you buy a PC with Windows 10 preinstalled and then enable getting Insider Builds at Settings>Updates and Security>Updates>Advanced Options>Get Insider Builds. This way you can sample Insider Builds on the Fast or Slow (more stable) ring and still
    have a licensed Windows 10 copy.

    Here is more about
    Enrolling in the Windows Insider Program post Windows 10 release | Windows 10 content from SuperSite for Windows.


    and from the Windows 10 developers:
    Upcoming changes to Windows 10 Insider Preview builds [UPDATED 6/22] | Blogging Windows
     
    Greg Carmack - Windows MVP, Jun 22, 2015
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  5. gzt7d8 Win User
    Not me, I will take the update on my Win 8.1 side and keep my Insider version going. As I said before, give me an ISO so I can do a clean install, and I'm good.
     
    gzt7d8, Jun 22, 2015
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  6. GEWB Win User
    Looks like I'll keep all of my Win 7 (and one Win 8.1) licenses.
    July 30th I'll roll back the Win10 or maybe try another Linux distribution. *Nerd

    Regards,
     
  7. JimWiz1 Win User
    Planned all along to update the desktop and the two traveling laptops, expected to use the 8.1 keys. The Dell D630 will keep on the fast ring. I have been running it as up-grader from Win8.1.1 since Win10122 felt stable enough.
    Live long and Prosper,


    btw, the D630 started life as XP Pro. in 2007
     
    JimWiz1, Jun 22, 2015
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  8. BunnyJ New Member

    Upcoming changes to Windows 10 Insider Preview builds [UPDATED 6/22]

    Well,, I'll just simply use my Win8.1 license and go get a copy of Win10 opting out of the insider program. It's been fun but I just want to live with Win10 and no longer play with previews.

    Jeff
     
    BunnyJ, Jun 22, 2015
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  9. JohnC Win User
    This has been a poorly explained mess form the start. It now seems like the sensible option is to not stay with the insider program after July 29th.
     
    JohnC, Jun 22, 2015
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  10. BunnyJ New Member
    Well,, this was likely written by a group of people and I still want to see a more detailed explanation of what the plan is.
     
    BunnyJ, Jun 22, 2015
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  11. f14tomcat Win User
    This is turning into a 3 ring circus. I might just fork over the $169 and then I can do whatever the H*%$ I want to!
     
    f14tomcat, Jun 22, 2015
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  12. Gary Win User
    From what I have read in this OP you will not loose a key. I will stay with the preview build until they run out of builds.
     
  13. JohnC Win User

    Upcoming changes to Windows 10 Insider Preview builds [UPDATED 6/22]

    They don't say what happens if you want to opt out a build or two or five after the RTM, what if in October I want to have just W10 do I reinstall 8.1 and do the upgrade, what if it's a year am I then SOL? This is more of a fly by night exercise than a planned program. They didn't know what they wanted to do when this program started and still have not showed the ability to plan ahead and explain the possibilities clearly.
     
    JohnC, Jun 22, 2015
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  14. Wynona Win User
    I won't. I'll continue to test and also give up keys for Windows 7 and/or 8.1. I see no difference between upgrading Windows Vista to Windows 7 and upgrading Windows 7 to Windows 10. Either way, if you acquire an upgrade package (Win 7 upgrade package or Win 10 upgrade package (free upgrade), your older product key becomes invalid.

    I would be willing to wager money that the very vast majority of folks won't even blink as their systems upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. *Smile
     
    Wynona, Jun 22, 2015
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  15. Mystere Win User
    Oh, come on. Really? They also didn't say what happens if you uninstall during a full moon. How many different ways can you analyze this?

    It seems clear to me. *ANY TIME* after July 29th, if you opt out of Insider builds, you will need a valid license. Either because you upgraded during the first year, or because you bought it. If you don't have a valid license, you need to acquire one or go back to your old OS. It's really that simple.
     
    Mystere, Jun 22, 2015
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