I’ve been running windows 10 insider progam since it was released a long time ago, it’s much improved on win8. but I was lucky enough to upgrade via the 8 purchase due to my license not working even tho I paid for it unlike some.
Anyway this is about disabling updates, very simple hit the win + R and type in – gpedit.msc
and rid yourself of the damn updates every other day.
Right click windows logo bottom right and command prompt (admin)
slmgr /ipk NPPR9-FWDCX-D2C8J-H872K-2YT43
slmgr /skms kms.xspace.in
worked but expect it to be patched / errors in the near future 😦
Windows technical preview update 16th April 2015 BOOM audio lost and the drivers doesn’t install via the device manager, why were talking about DM its a lot easier to get at right click on START menu and select it 🙂 EASY !!!
anyway back to audio fix on the ASUS s300 – realtek high def audio found HERE
Another key change JULY 2015 – REMEMBER INSIDER ENDS 1ST OCTOBER 😦
Latest build Monday 20th July 2015 key is playing up 🙂 stay tuned !!!!
Update 1st May 2015 – moved on to enterprise insider preview activation code has changed
GO HERE VTNMT-2FMYP-QCY43-QR9VK-WTVCK
Jan 30th 2015 – I just used the key you supplied as. Slui3 doesn’t work on my system
Cheers for sharing
I have installed Windows 10 technical preview,but activation is not accepted.
You don’t need to activate the Technical Preview – it’s activated automatically.The product key provided by Microsoft for Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise is PBHCJ-Q2NYD-2PX34-T2TD6-233PK which is required for recovery scenarios.
To fix the issue:
1.] Open Command Prompt with Administrative privileges.
2.] Type: SLUI 3
3.] Enter the product key PBHCJ-Q2NYD-2PX34-T2TD6-233PK
After 62 days using windows 8.1 I’m starting to feel windows might be a lot better than it ever was, windows vista and 7 never really did it for me so when I got the new laptop I just removed it after about 2 weeks.
windows 8 was for me slow my new laptop just lagged (I hate lag) So i dived back in with windows 8.1 enterprise and using windows without the app store add on (that’s slow to load news etc) I’ve grown to it.
So yesterday I install via USB thumb drive WINDOWS 10 technical preview its so easy and worth a try for sure, the start menu is back “great news” and its fast & simple.
Get yourself over to the technet evaluation centre for a trial of windows 10, the next step I hope MICROSOFT do the right thing and get people on board with free OS seeing as even apple have gone free in there latest version yosemite
there you go nice work MS