Windows 10 will start rolling out on July 29th and I am starting to have people ask questions. Reflected below is a sampling of the frequently asked questions.
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What are the basic facts of the Windows 10 upgrade?
Is the upgrade really free?
How do I get my free upgrade?
What happens when I reserve?
Are there any qualification requirements?
If I buy a new PC today, can it upgrade to Windows 10?
How long does it take to install the upgrade?
How do I reserve on my existing device?
What is the Get Windows 10 app?
How do I get a confirmation that I’ve reserved my upgrade?
If I change my mind, can I cancel my reservation?
Can I get my free Windows 10 upgrade even if I didn’t reserve?
What if I have more than one Windows device—can I upgrade them all?
Why don’t I have the Get Windows 10 app?
Why am I seeing notifications about Windows 10?
Can I turn off the notifications?
Can I reserve even if I didn’t get a notification?
What edition of Windows will I get as part of this free upgrade?
Do Windows Phone devices qualify for this free upgrade?
What about Windows RT?
Can Enterprise customers get the free Windows 10 upgrade?
How much does Windows 10 cost?
Will I get all of the features of Windows 10 once I upgrade?
Will my devices and apps work with Windows 10?
Will Windows Media Center be available in Windows 10?
Can I reinstall Windows 10 on my computer after upgrading?
When do new Windows 10 devices arrive in stores?
Will all my stuff be in the cloud?
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