Edit: And now I'm going back to Firefox for now. Edge isn't ready and I don't like to work with half-baked apps.
My AMD graphics are working without any problems here...
Although Edge crashes, my installed games (COD-MW3 / COD-Ghosts) work fine with latest beta driver (v15.4).
I have not had much problems.
so far I only ran into 2 problems.
1st problem was after upgrading to this build from 10074, I ran into a issue with both stores not working. one said I wasnt logged in(which I was). and the beta store said it needed repaired.
I went and told windows 10 to do a system refresh and those problems was fixed.
2nd. I had stardock fences installed and desktop icons hidden with it. after the system refresh the program was removed but my desktop stuff was still hidden. I had to install fences in order to get the desktop back.
so far Im liking this build. the ui design seem to blend in great with programs.
I have not had any problems with start menu or other programs so far.
Just downloaded the ISO and extracted to a USB, and clicked "Setup" it's preparing.
From Brinks original post. Concerning defaults.
Changes to how Windows 10 handles default apps: ‘Default apps’ refers to the way that Windows maps file types and protocols (like HTTP) to the Windows applications they open by default. For example, your favorite photo editor may be set as the default app for .JPG files, which means that when you double-click on a .JPG file in File Explorer, it opens in that photo editor. In Windows 8.1, Classic Windows applications (Win32) could invoke the prompt asking you to change your defaults, so you may have seen multiple prompts during install and after they launched. However, Windows Store apps could not invoke this prompt. Instead, a notification banner will appear after your apps are installed telling you that new apps are available and you would click on this banner to change your defaults.
We know your defaults matter to you. With Windows 10, all apps – both Classic Windows apps and Universal Windows apps – will be unable to invoke a prompt to change your defaults, only Windows. You remain in full control of your default experiences, while reducing some of the unwanted noise that multiple prompts can bring.
For example – if you install a new photo editor and go into File Explorer and double-click to open a JPG file – Windows will show you a prompt to change your default to the new app. So the prompt is shown in context when it matters, not randomly during setup or when an app is launched.
We have had to do some compatibility work for Classic Windows apps and you might see a new dialog box appear in the places where Classic Windows apps previously asked you to set your default:
Over time, as apps are updated to align with the new Windows 10 model for defaults, you shouldn’t see this dialog any more.
And finally – for people who upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, we’ll give you an opportunity to upgrade your defaults during initial set up to new Universal Windows apps that come as part of Windows 10.