Hey, lads So as some may know, Microsoft started this Technical Preview of Windows 10 project a few days ago. You can download it from their website and install it on your desktop/laptop. Quick, simple and easy. You can download ISO file here, http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-iso Since I still have my old laptop, I decided to give it a shot and see what we are getting in 2015. I've been using it for a couple of days and I have to say it's pretty damn awesome. When MS released Windows 8, there were many people who were not happy with Modern/Metro UI. They also disliked the fact that MS removed widgets. While W8.1 fixed a lot of those problems and performance issues, people still had that taste in their mouth. Personally, I became a huge fan of W8 as soon as I installed it. I was very skeptical at first, and I simply wanted (just like most of the people) to hate it, because it's cool to hate MS, right? This time Microsoft fixed a lot of those little things and came up with some awesome ideas. If you are a fan of old start menu - it's back. And it's better than ever, because it combines the best of both worlds. Like it or not - the tiles are here to stay (you can disable them, obviously) and it's pretty damn cool to use them. Think of them as live widgets, which constantly pull info from servers and present it in style. What, I think, users will like this time, that tiles are not the only option, and they are not shoved down users throat, like in Windows 8. It is not recommended to use this version on your main PC, as obviously it's not a finished product and may have rough edges. However, my experience was pleasant and I didn't even have any problems with drivers. Neither do most of the people. At this moment of writing, I am still using an older build (9841), while the new one is downloading (9860). New build brings a lot of performance fixes and new features to the table, such as notification center, which is called Action Center in Microsoft's world (Including Windows Phone). One more thing I really like about new Windows (since Windows is the ability to sync all of the settings on different machines. You know all those small, but kind of important to you, settings like theme, icon size, placement, additional languages etc. Those small settings which take so little time, but are tedious to setup? Well, since Windows 8, if you use the same account on all machines, all these settings, or even screen layouts are easily synchronized and you don't have to do a damn thing. You can always disable that, however. Anyway, this was my short post with my initial impressions after using Windows 10. I would not like to guy back to Windows 7 and now after using Windows 10 for a while, I can really see a bright future for this OS. The king is dead - long live the king. There's plenty of screenshots and videos online, so I won't bother posting those, unless anyone has any particular requests or questions.