Windows 10 arrives about a month from now, and many of you have no doubt seen the little "reserve your copy of Windows 10" icon in your taskbars. Of course, Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for the first year after its release for owners of Windows 7 or 8.1, and there's no need to "reserve" a copy to be eligible, but it feels just a little bit more special to be on a PR email list on a server in Redmond. Or something.
Still, this close to the release of a new version of Windows, it's probably a good idea to start thinking about your upgrade plans if you haven't already. Are you installing the new OS, warts and all, on July 29? Waiting a month or two to let some of the bugs get shaken out? Or are you sticking to your beloved Windows 7 or 8.1? Share your plans with us and other TR gerbils by voting in the poll below.
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