Many of us (Windows 7 and 8 users) have reserved and will receive the Windows 10 update file on or soon after July 29. The update file will download automatically. However, prior to installing it, you may want to:
- View the Windows 10 FAQs and Tips website.
- Create an image of your computer: “Windows 10 is the biggest and most aggressive Windows rollout to date. Before you take the plunge you need to image your hard drive so, should you wish to return to the familiarity of Windows 7 or Windows 8 you can do so with the click of a button.”
Note that the image creation tutorial lists Macrium Reflect Free as one of the items you need. This is a great application for backing up your computer that you should have in your tools whether or not you elect to upgrade to Windows 10.