Since a lot of us use the Acer W3 for our robots, I thought I should post this:
If you check compatibility from the Windows 10 reservation tool, it will tell you there is not a compatible driver for the video, but I did some research and the video doesn't need a driver. You can download the media creation tool from here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 and when you run it, select "upgrade this machine" and it will upgrade just fine. (you might need the driver if you connect an external monitor with the Micro HDMI cable. I haven't tried and have no need to).
Also, as per this discussion: http://www.ez-robot.com/Community/Forum/posts.aspx?threadId=8073&page=2 Windows 10 has far better support of Bluetooth headsets than Windows 8.1 did.
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Other than that, I haven't seen any issues yet, but only used it for an hour with ARC so far.
I also have an Acer W3 810 that I use with ARC.
I am just wondering how your experience with windows 10 has been since your last post?
You thought Bluetooth had improved.
Edit-"My" Windows dictation was poor w/8.1
Is it better responding now with VR?
I have had great results w/ARC and 8.1, is it any different?
I appreciate your experience.
I do my robot development work on the ASUS Ultrabook, not on the W3, but at least on that I have not noticed any issues with ARC that were not also issues in Windows 7 and 8.1.
Thank you for responding.
I do not know all the terms, except that Cortana was reported to be an improvement.
Have you tried any dictation VR (that is where I have trouble w/8.1)
Sounds like you have Windows 10 on several units.
That is a plus having more stable WIFI and more useable Bluetooth.
I have it on 3 of my 4 home machines (video card not compatible on the 4th) and I am pleased with it. Certainly a better OS on the tablet than 8.1 was. Still not as smooth as Android or iOS, but better than it was.