Microsoft's Level 2 people are going to upgrade my 8.1 Pro system to Windows 10 Pro. There seems to be a lot of versions/builds floating around out there. I have several questions may be someone(s) can answer
1. Does anyone know the most current version/build that I should be getting?
2. I have an SSD and used the SYSPREP process which was written up by @kali to have my Documents folder put on a non-SSD device. Will this process still work and can MS do it using whatever version of Windows that they download? To do the sysprep for 8.1 required having the distribution media which I had for 8.1 but do not for 10.
3. Is there additional maintenance that needs to be put on
4, What else should I be aware of?
I am only doing this upgrade because of a need to solve a problem on my existing 8.1 system. Apparently there is no repair capabilities for 8.1 so a clean install would need to be done (or so I've been told). Rather than go through this again it seems like the upgrade is a better choice (I think). However, it seems that even after 1+ years there are still a lot of problems with Win 10. I would welcome some opinions on that.
This PC is relatively new and is used for trading and I really do not want to mess with it too much if there is a risk.
This is a different PC than the one in my other post in this same thread.