For those who wish to test the new Windows 10 Technical Preview within a virtual machine, there are a number of virtual machine programs for you to choose from. One popular program is VMWare Player, the free alternative to VMWare Workstation, which allows you to install operating systems virtually.
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Due to Windows 10 Tech Preview is not officially supported by VMware Workstation 10, you may need to do some extra steps during the installation, but in general it works very smooth and definitely can help you to experience this future version of Windows from Microsoft.
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Since Windows 10 is a technical preview, Microsoft recommends that you avoid installing it on your primary system. Because VMware Fusion 7 provides an isolated environment, it’s an excellent choice to run the Windows 10 Technical Preview on a Mac.
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VMware Workstation 11 arrives this month with Windows 10 Tech Preview readiness and cloud connectivity with VMware vCloud Air integration. vCloud Air is a public cloud platform built on vSphere and compatible with on-premises datacenters includes infrastructure, disaster recovery, and various applications as service offerings.
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Microsoft providing Windows 10 Technical Preview release under Insider Program in order to collect feedback from users and help shape the final version of the operating system. According to Privacy Statements for Windows Technical Preview, Microsoft is using build in keylogger to collect users’ data including what you typed, apps for compatibility, and collect voice information when you use speech to text.
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