So I downloaded the Windows 10 Preview and decided to mess around with it in VMware.
Tl;dr it took only ten minutes to install and it's not too interesting yet besides the new! Start Menu.
|Carryover from Windows 8 installation.|
|Microsoft still want you to tell them about everything you do on your Windows.|
|They're so desperate that they make it as difficult as possible for you to create a local account.|
|VMware Tools does in fact work without a hitch.|
|Making sure the reborn Start Menu is enabled.|
|Successfully installed my custom-built (on Windows 8) Firefox 64-bit.|
|I guess Microsoft trimmed the window borders a bit, but they didn't finish the job just yet.|
Day two of testing had me installing and using some more stuff I used in previous Windows versions.
|Blasting music in Windows Media Player 12 and reading my statistics textbook in Adobe Reader Touch.|
|Scrolling via the wheel now works almost as well as GTK+ ever has. Which means point in the box to scroll and it'll scroll without clicking in it beforehand. Yus!|
That's all for now; the fact that I can post this means that Windows 10 hasn't burnt my virtual machine down yet.