Download Windows 10 Preview on Oct. 1st, here are the details

Windows 10 desktop with Start menu

The waiting is almost over, as Microsoft showed off the next version of its operating system to enterprises in San Francisco, the company also announced that it will skip the “Windows 9” naming and it will go straight to Windows 10.

Now it’s time to download and install the bits; as expected users will have to register as a Windows Insider Program before getting Windows 10 Preview. It’ll be available in 32-bit and 64-bit flavor, around 4GB and 3GB ISO files respectively.

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Microsoft is also recommending not to install the preview of Windows 10 on your main PC or deploy on production hardware as it’s still a pre-release version with rough edges.

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