A message from the task bar popped up to tell me to reserve a free Windows 10 upgrade.
Made a few clicks. Entered my email. Then I was informed to look out for my turn to upgrade.
Back to preparing my work for a few minutes, a message says Windows 10 is loading.
Hooray! It took about to one hour to download and install. The screen shut off and on a few times.
During that time I never left the computer. Brought it with me to cut my nails and to the shower.
After installation, I took another one hour to familiarize with the new user interface. Totally new.
I had to figure out where all my usual button went. Lots of trial and error without reading the manual.
Finally, I am comfortable to use Windows 10 in front front of clients tomorrow morning.
What I liked about Windows 10 in this short encounter?
- The split screen feature is my favorite Now you can view four windows in flexible sizes instead of two.
- You can switch on and off tablet mode. Tablet mode is the windows 8 that I am familiar with.
- It looks like I can connect with my iPhone and do some file syncing. Will try this out later.