View Poll Results: RTM or stay an Insider

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  • I'm going to stay an Insider

    85 45.95%
  • I'm going to move to RTM/GA

    58 31.35%
  • I'm not sure yet

    33 17.84%
  • I'm going back to my older Windows version

    9 4.86%
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  1.    19 Jul 2015 #171
    Join Date : Oct 2014
    Posts : 2,378
    W10 Pro + W10 Preview

    Quote Originally Posted by Wynona View Post
    That's why I'll have an RTM/GA installation to upgrade my Windows 8.1 partition to Windows 10 and then have the Insider version of Windows 10 on the other partition.
    Will it be possible to operate two versions of W10 on the same drive, or even on the same computer?
    The jury is out on that one, it remains to be seen if possible.
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  2.    19 Jul 2015 #172
    Join Date : Jul 2015
    Posts : 29
    Win10

    Quote Originally Posted by IownAmoneyPit View Post
    I will upgrade my 2 Win 8.1 systems to RTM/GA and also stay an Insider using another 2 hard drives using the BIOS boot method.

    @z3r010 another option could be added to the Poll:

    * I'm going to move to RTM/GA & remain an Insider by creating a Dual Boot system.
    Agree - That's what I plan to do with one system. The other is going GA/RTM
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  3.    19 Jul 2015 #173
    Join Date : Oct 2014
    Posts : 17,178
    Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16281

    Quote Originally Posted by dencal View Post
    Will it be possible to operate two versions of W10 on the same drive, or even on the same computer?
    The jury is out on that one, it remains to be seen if possible.
    The more I think about it; the more I read, the more it makes me wonder too.

    Windows 8.1 Pro is on one Partition. I want to upgrade this partition to Windows 10 but I don't want it to be a Windows Insider.

    Windows 10 is on another Partition. I want this partition to remain as a Windows Insider.

    However, I think the catch is that both of these installations are connected to the same Microsoft Account. Seems to me I have an "either/or" situation. If I want to remain a Windows Insider, I do nothing and I'm still in. Otherwise, I opt out. Whichever I choose will probably apply to both installations!

    At this late stage of the game, my dilemma is that I probably need to change Windows 8.1 to another Microsoft Account and hopefully that will make things right.
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  4.    19 Jul 2015 #174
    Join Date : Jul 2014
    Belo Horizonte
    Posts : 713
    Windows 10 Build 14267

    Quote Originally Posted by Winuser View Post
    I'm planning on using the RTM as my main OS and continue to stay in the insider program either as a dual boot or on one of my laptops.
    Good way to go !

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  5.    20 Jul 2015 #175
    Join Date : Jan 2014
    Oak Ridge TN, USA
    Posts : 24,523
    Windows 10 Pro x64

    UPDATE: Right now I upgraded WIn8.1 to Build 10240 and that's what I'm going to use for the upgrade on the 29th. If I can I might stay in the insider program but it's not a major goal of mine at this point.
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  6.    20 Jul 2015 #176
    Join Date : Feb 2014
    Posts : 9,143
    Windows 10 Professional

    Well, I'm definitely going to upgrade, I haven't used W8.1 for 6 months, so......,
    whether I stay an Insider, that remains to be seen.
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  7.    22 Jul 2015 #177
    Join Date : Jul 2015
    Posts : 11
    Windows 10 RTM Build 10240

    Quote Originally Posted by z3r010 View Post
    As the Insider program will continue after Windows 10 is released I thought I'd see how many of you are going to stay an insider or jump over to RTM/GA version.

    I agree, I'll simply rollback the windows 10 Release Candidate version/Beta test version to my previous Windows 8.1 version OS and then migrate forward into the Official RTM version of Windows 10 Pro from there.


    Even though the Insider pre-release testing program will continue releasing new beta quality builds and updates to them, they will technically still be unofficial versions of the windows 10 OS and software.

    The only upside to perpetually running known buggy software on your system is that each of the preview builds will come with ISO installer files to ensure that if things get too bad while testing them, Insider participants can simply re-install their beta version of Windows 10 to correct any persistent issues they may find themselves having with it.


    Don't be stupid! If you have an authentic licensed copy of either windows 7 or windows 8/8.1, just rollback to those version and take the official upgrade migration path to the Official RTM version of the RTM version of Windows 10 that will be supported for 10 years from the date of its official release.

    Remember, you only have access to a free copy for the following year after its official release. Who knows when Microsoft will decide to end their beta testing program for Windows 10 with no questions asked or answered? I'm guessing it will be sometime after that one year windows to upgrade to the free official release version has ended.


    You got a good look at the new version of Windows pre-release, but now its time to get back to official business. Rollback and upgrade to RTM before it's too late.

    That is... unless you have Windows XP or simply cannot qualify to take the free upgrade path offered to the Official RTM version of Windows. If that's the case, by all means remain in the Insider Beta Tester Program and continue to run beta release software versions of the less buggy official version.
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  8.    22 Jul 2015 #178
    Join Date : Nov 2013
    Chicagoland
    Posts : 32,543
    Dual boot Windows 10 Pro x 64 CU build 15063 & Insider Build 16273

    I may remain stupid.
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  9.    22 Jul 2015 #179
    Join Date : Oct 2014
    Posts : 17,178
    Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16281

    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post
    I may remain stupid.
    Me too, Hippsie! Doesn't seem I've learned anything at all between October 2014 and now, eh?
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  10.    22 Jul 2015 #180
    Join Date : Jan 2014
    Oak Ridge TN, USA
    Posts : 24,523
    Windows 10 Pro x64

    Quote Originally Posted by Wynona View Post
    Me too, Hippsie! Doesn't seem I've learned anything at all between October 2014 and now, eh?
    LOL.. I've been stupid since 61,,
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