Is there a tentative date for when official Windows 10 support is coming? Being that it's going to be rolled out tomorrow I'm sure many are eagerly waiting to upgrade.
As soon as possible. That's about the best we can promise.
The issue is that the SDK for Windows 10 doesn't "drop" until tomorrow as well. Additionally, the RTM ISOs are not even on MSDN yet.
So there is no way we can properly check for Windows 10 support until tomorrow at the very minimum.
Additionally, because the kernel has changed, that means that we need to verify that a version compiled with Windows 10 support actually functions properly. Otherwise, it could absolutely cause BSODs, or other crashes. So on top of any issues we run into getting it to compile properly in the first place, we need to extensively test it to make sure it's working properly, as well.
We would have liked to have been doing that last week, so we could at least try for a matching release date... but when the SDK isn't released, there isn't much we can do.
In the meanwhile, plenty of people have already "tested" the current version on Windows 10, and it seems to work just fine. (some minor UI bugs, be we suspect that was due to the beta version of .NET Framework).
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