The very next day after Microsoft’s September 30 press event, the company made the Windows 10 Technical Preview available to public in both consumer and enterprise variety.
Along with the preview build of the upcoming operating system, Redmond also initiated the Windows Insider Program that will allow everyone access to the platform during its development. Simple signup and registration and you’re in!
If you’re keen on trying out Windows 10 this early, be sure to read up on how you can download and set up your installation via ISO and VMware here.
The direct links to the English versions, both 32-bit and 64-bit are also listed below.
Do keep in mind that Microsoft does not recommend installing this on production hardware, your primary computer as the main operating system. All things considered, this is still unfinished code, and even though the preview is fairly stable, you may run into some issues here and there.
Besides, these copies expire on April 15, 2015, and it will not be possible to upgrade your installation tot eh full version of Windows 10 once it launches.
Still, the Windows 10 Technical Preview is a great way for people to keep tabs on how the development of the next version of the operating system is coming along and provide direct feedback to Microsoft on features and options.
Plus, it is going to come in real handy for developers to optimize and build their applications for what promises to be one of the most important release of Windows ever.
Get your free to try copies of Windows 10 Technical Preview via these links below. And once again, you can watch a video guide on installation using VMware here.