After years of constant rumors about the impending arrival of the Windows 10 OS, Microsoft finally made it official, with a statement that Microsoft will be releasing Windows 10 to developers at the end of March.
However, many people have been waiting patiently for a bit longer for their first glimpse of what Windows 10 will look like, and we’re now one month into the beta program.
This beta is only a few weeks old, but Microsoft has already released an early preview of Windows 10, which is a good sign.
If you’re in the beta, we’ll be bringing you more coverage of the release of Windows 11.1 on this blog.
In the meantime, here are some of the best Windows 10 screenshots to get your geek on.
The Windows 10 beta program for developers is live today, but it is only available to Microsoft Insider members.
To sign up, simply log into your Microsoft account, choose Settings, and then click the Insider tab.
If your account is already active, you’ll be able to download the preview of the preview version of Windows.
Microsoft also announced that developers will be able build apps that run in the Windows Insider Preview in the coming weeks.
The new version of the Preview app will allow developers to share code, design, and even share a demo version of their apps.
In fact, this new preview app will be available for free to all Insider members in the near future.
This is good news for anyone who has been waiting to get Windows 10.
Microsoft said that there will be no need to pay for Windows 10 if you sign up for the preview program.
We’ll update this story as soon as we have more information.