Windows 10 updates began today. Near midnight last night, Terry Myerson tweeted that the first wave of upgrades had begun.
Our first wave of upgrades has begun!
— Terry Myerson (@tmyerson) July 29, 2015
The Windows blog headline reads that the free Windows 10 upgrade is available in 190 countries today and the Windows 10 launch site gives 10 reasons to upgrade and the Microsoft blog tries to start the #UpgradeYourWorld trend.
MSDN subscribers can download Windows 10 Education, Windows 10 Enterprise, and other iso files from the Subscriber Downloads page.
Volume License customers, however, will have to wait until August 1st, according to a previous blog post.
If your upgrade has not begun yet, you can give it a kickstart by downloading the Windows 10 Tool from Microsoft.
While we’re still waiting for MDT 2013 Update 1 to reach the final stage, DeploymentResearch.com posted a guide to creating a Windows 10 reference image with the MDT Update Preview and utilizing the Windows 10 provisioning packages addition.
Intel has an infographic on 2-in-1 PCs working well with Windows 10 and a blog post on Intel + Windows 10 working ‘better than ever’.
Logitech has posted a helpful blog post to those with the MX Master Wireless Mouse. The software, Logitech Options, will receive an update to allow new Windows 10 shortcuts, such as switching between desktops.
Start10, the alternative Start Menu for Windows 10, (which gained a lot of traction with Start8 during Windows 8) is scheduled to be released in 14 days from Stardock.
‘Windows 10 Release May Break Internet Traffic Records‘ from DSL Reports.
Best Buy, of course, promotes Geek Squad services with Windows 10.