Windows 10 will be pre-loaded on your PC ahead of its July 29 launch if you upgrade
If you choose to reserve your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 PC to get the free upgrade to Windows 10 before its launch date on July 29, Microsoft will pre-load files for the new OS on your machine ahead of the release.
In a Windows 10 FAQ page, Microsoft states:
The FAQ page also mentions this about how long the installation should take for Windows 10 after the pre-load is complete:
Of course, pre-loading is old news for gamers who can do the same thing when they pre-order digital versions of some Xbox One games before they are released.
Source: Microsoft (opens in new tab)
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I want to do a clean install and not an upgrade from 8.1
An other question, I'm using a Microsoft BizSpark MSDN license for Windows 8.1 Pro. I'm gonna get that notification?
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