I have it on 2 laptops[one is a acer one notepad,and I just started duel booting that with android x86] if I want to take a peak at it from time to time .
I recently bought a Pi 2,and spending most of my computer time playing with that
I view myself as a tester because I do try differnet things out with each build and report feedback/suggestions to MS. And for fun I'm doing some coding in C# and Python.
This is not my opinion or necessarily my view. I will keep that to myself. I find out all this information searching the web. This is not on just one webpage.
Microsoft maybe a little anti-consumer and possible Apple as well. Apple gets around the gpl using the BSD licenses. It undetermined if apple is violating the gpl. Microsoft doesn't like open source and claims open source violates Microsoft code but show no proof. Microsoft has also claimed some free software and paid software also violates Microsoft code but show no proof. They also require business not using only there server or get sued for using Linux.
Microsoft uses an activation and genuine scheme is very unconsumer like and messes up, just read the forums. Those only causes problems who brought legit computers and legit operating systems. Sometime people buy software thinking it is legit, but come to find out it is not but can't get a new one because they can't afford it.
You should try it in a VM. It's fun to play with and test