Windows 10: Opt in/out of Insider Preview on 3 computers and 1 VM


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    Windows 10 Pro X64 15063.138
       27 Jul 2015 #1

    Opt in/out of Insider Preview on 3 computers and 1 VM


    I have 3 computers and 1 VM I will be putting Windows 10 on.

    Toshiba Laptop - using IP build 10240 - originally upgraded from 8.1 Pro. I will continue IP here, opt in.
    Dell Laptop - using IP build 10240 - originally upgraded from 8.1 Pro. I do not want IP here any more, want to opt out.
    Lenovo Desktop running 8.1 Pro. No IP and don't want IP.
    Oracle VM on 8.1 Pro system running IP build 10240 - Clean install build 10122 then upgraded to 10240. - Continue IP, opt in.

    All use the same MS account though on 8.1 I use a local account even though a MS account is setup.

    So my question is, what gets what?

    Toshiba laptop continues in IP so stays at 10240 + updates?
    Dell laptop - I will have to restore 8.1 then do the free upgrade to 10?
    Lenovo desktop - free upgrade to 10?
    Oracle VM continues in IP so stays at 10240 + updates?
    Last edited by Ztruker; 27 Jul 2015 at 21:00.
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