Many users around the world today are updating to Microsoft's Windows 10. Indeed, this video shows the installation rate and just how fast it is going.

Still, some users are having issues. We already posted how to force start the update if you have Windows 10 reserved but what about if you are still one of those who cannot reserve? The file was released back in April as KB3035583, but it is not working for everyone.

Turns out, the problem can be very complex. A Microsoft moderator already answered the question on their support forums, and we see many people in _our _forums looking for the same threads.

So here is what Microsoft is recommending if you have done all the OS updates for 7 or 8.1 and you still do not get the 'Reserve Windows 10' icon.

Fix to bring back Windows 10 Reservation System

If you don't see the Get Windows 10 app (the small Windows icon in your system tray), it might be because:


The folks at LaptopMag took some time to compare Microsoft's latest offering, Windows 10, and Apple's upcoming OS, OS X El Capitan. After comparing the operating systems head to head in a number of categories, the team was able to declare Windows 10 as the leader of the two. While Apple's latest software is still in beta, and Windows 10 was not officially released when the comparison was done, performance and bugs were left out of the comparison.


Razer has announced that it is now shipping laptops, specifically its Blade and Blade Pro line ups, with Windows 10 installed out of the box. With this, customers who purchase either laptop from Razer will not need to queue their new computer for the update, as it will be there out of the box. A number of other manufacturers have already started doing the same, so it is great to see that expand.


See how Cortana works on Windows 10

Windows 10 is here and with it is Cortana. General release marks the first time that our favorite digital assistant has graced our PCs and tablets and its a mighty useful thing to have around. Sure, not everyone can get it yet, but those that can should check it out.

If you're interested in learning more, this short video is a great place to start.


Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is just around the corner, but it's still hard to write about without mentioning the high-profile drama between the game's creator and publisher.

In an interview between Metal Gear Central (no relation!) and Metal Gear Solid composer Rika Muranaka, a fresh light was cast on the split between Kojima and Konami.


Magic Secret Agent is an entertaining Windows game that has you playing the role of Agent Stephen Karsch. His mission is to navigate the various gaming levels and find evidence that will help him send a collection of wanted criminals to the big house.

The game includes dozens of levels filled with traps and goons to avoid, as well as switches to open secret doors that will lead you to the next level. Movement is somewhat unique in that your Secret Agent moves around by magically teleporting himself around the game.

While the game would be a nice fit on our Windows Phones, Magic Secret Agent plays out nicely from a Windows tablet, laptop or even a desktop.


The latest round of Forza 6 garage updates are out and for me, it's the most exciting one yet. Headlining this weeks additions are two tintop racers from one of Britain's most high-profile series. The British Touring Car Championship is the country's top saloon car series and Forza 6 will see it represented on the Xbox One for the first time with two cars.


Microsoft finalizes 1GB day one Windows 10 patch

Microsoft has not only been fairly open when it comes to Windows development, but the company has also been working hard to ensure the entire experience is bug-free. A sizeable day one patch for Windows 10 has been finalized, weighing in at over 1GB. It's expected this build will address multiple reported issues.