With Windows 10 being released next week on the 29th July I thought it was about time I put together some resources for the early adopters among you.
I’ve been using Windows 10 for the past few months on my laptop and have found the tech previews to be very reliable, so am excited to see what features make it into the final edition.
First up we have “Introducing Windows 10 for IT Professionals” (ISBN 9780735696969) by Ed Bott. It’s base on the Tech preview as of April 2015 and will be updated once the final version has been released.
Introducing Windows 10 for IT Professionals – PDF, MOBI, EPUB
Some links from the Windows 10 Insider Program:
Basics: Using Start and Taskbar in Windows 10
Windows 10 Terminology and Locations
How to enable desktop Control Panel on Start menu in Windows 10
How to locate and open Internet Explorer in Windows 10
A demo by Microsoft’s Joe Belfoire:
Windows 10 Demo: Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore at Ignite shows off new features coming to the OS on YouTube
This looks interesting if you do screencasts: Windows 10 has a secret screen recording tool
A bit about Dell and Windows 10:
Dell + Windows 10
Upgrade on your own terms to Windows 10
Some links from the Windows blog:
Hello World: Windows 10 Available on July 29
Upgrade to Windows 10 for free
Windows 10 Upgrade FAQ
Introducing Windows 10 Editions
Finally some links from the Microsoft Virtual Academy:
Getting Started with Windows 10 for IT Professionals
Windows 10 Technical Preview Fundamentals for IT Pros
Enterprise Mobility: Prepare you mobile environment for Windows 10
I hope you find the information above useful, if you know of any other resources you think i should add in here let me know. Thanks, Carl.
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