Windows 10 will be free up-gradation for existing windows users. Microsoft has made the technical preview of Windows 10 which is available for everyone to use. Using windows update, it is possible to upgrade your windows 7 or windows 8 into windows 10.
This option is very easy compare to downloading the ISO image and so people who are interested can install the preview build on their own personal computers but this is not just a technical preview , original ISO image still need to come which will be payable. We would like to suggest our users that if they have a spare machine running with Windows 7 or Windows 8 then use it as a test for Windows 10 just to get idea about it.
If you will download Windows 10 Technical preview build 9926 through windows update then also this will not show you by default because you have to install small update which you can download from the technical preview page. Using this windows update option make whole process easier.
Windows 10 directly installed on your primary home or business PC can be risky cause its early build and unexpected PC crashes could damage or can delete your files so you should backup everything.
If you’re happy to proceed, just run the executable you’ve downloaded. You may find that Windows Update launches as soon as this installation completes, but if not you should restart Windows and launch Windows Update manually. Perform a check for new updates and rather than the usual patches and fixes, this time you will find that you are offered the Windows 10 Technical Preview as an update.
By hitting the Install button , the download will completes and the installation begins.
The decision to make Windows 10 a free upgrade for existing users makes sense. Windows 8 users have vocally expressed their displeasure with the operating system, prompting happy Windows 7 users to stay put on that OS. That hinders Microsoft’s ability to execute its vision for a service-centric, cloud-connected future for Windows; making Windows 10 free could spur more users into embracing a modern Microsoft operating system.