By now two of four of the other Windows 7 machines that are turned on have not yet gotten the update for Windows 10. Yesterday I manually updated my main machine (Lenovo Y50) by going to Microsoft and downloading the upgrade tool. I was too impatient to wait for Windows Update to do its thing. The upgrade tool is available in Windows 10 32-bit Upgrade and Windows 10 64-bit Upgrade versions. You can also download the Windows 10 ISO.
Of course, you need to have a valid copy of Windows 🙂
As I started to say, two of the four as the old HP G62 (a Intel Pentium Dual-Core T4200 – you know, the Penryn generation Core 2 Duo that they renamed) has received its “reservation.” That upgrade has started.
I finally got a chance to more fully try out Diablo III and Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.
Future Soldier worked just fine – I couldn’t see any difference between running it under Windows 8.0/8.1 and 10.
Diablo III also worked fine with one strange anomaly – If I use the Windows key to jump out of the game I can’t get back into the game. Well, sort of. I can get back into the game but I keep seeing the desktop. Weird.
Once I get the old HP upgraded I’ll post what Windows 10 works like on some lesser hardware…