Windows 10: Why Evaluation End Date
Why Evaluation End Date
Have the new Build 14291 Working OK.
Noticed in checking Version I have an:
Evaluation End Date: 7/15/2016 7:59:59 PM
I know its somewhere that addresses this but I can't find it.
The majority of Insider Release Preview builds are time-limited, only 10240 and 10586, so far, are not. Before the expiry date there will be further releases, of which one will not be time-limited and will represent the Redstone branch which the developers are working towards for July 2016 release.
Source: March 2016 evaluation Windows developer virtual machines | Building Apps for Windows
Download at: Get a Windows 10 development environment - Windows app development
Just happened to notice when I was checking my latest version is an expiration date.???
It seems to me I remember that we will continue to receive updates.
my evaluation copy expires july 16th 2019 0:59
what does this mean?
Are we going to pay per year as MS wants us to do right now with Office 2016, Office 365?
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I have just upgraded to 10525 build and now the watermark (bottom right of screen) states that i`m back on an evaluation copy. do I ignore this? and is my old win 7 key still valid for future builds?.
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