Yesterday was the big launch day for Windows 10, the latest version of Microsoft's ubiquitous operating system. As promised, updates to the new OS are free if you're coming from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.
But what if you are on an older iteration, or if you run Linux? Or if you aren't sure if Windows 10 is for you?
Well, in that case, you can grab a free 90-day trial of the new OS. That's right, Microsoft is also offering people three months of use of Windows 10 for free. There are caveats here, though.
First off, it's the Enterprise edition that you can test drive. This means most of the apps that come with Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro are nowhere to be found. Let's name a few of the ones you'll be missing: Mail, People, Calendar, Photos, and even Cortana.
Oh, and you won't even get the Windows app store, so you'll have to get your software the old-fashioned way, by downloading installer files from third parties and then running them.
All of this is happening because, as its name implies, Windows 10 Enterprise edition isn't really meant for consumers to use. It's geared at Microsoft's corporate customers - but that doesn't mean you can't try it out yourself. Just be aware of the aforementioned limitations.
For detailed installation instructions, make sure you hit the Via link below.
why does it keep saying "trial" over and over again omg please make it stop
I love Windows 10, as a Gamers, my game running smooth without lagging and freeze. In addition Windows 10 very clear improvement in that software. :)