I've seen Winbook tablets on sale with windows 8.1 installed. I was thinking about getting one to try with windows 10 but the requirements say that it will not work.
In a technical sense, Compressed OS = Wimboot. Windows 10 Tech Preview cannot update a Wimboot because you'd have to trash the Wimboot file (and maybe partition), then shove its own WIM file there.
That is a destructive install and you won't be able to revert back. As far as I know, you should be able to perform a Wimboot install of Windows 10 Tech Preview yourself. How To Install Wifi Driver In Windows 10. It is all manual work but not horribly difficult.
You just need another machine to build a WinPE boot device and a thumb drive store the Win 10 Tech Preview WIM file. Hi I have a Linx 7 which I have installed Windows 10 January Technical preview. It work perfectly. Takes a bit of prep finding drivers, the main one being a specific wireless driver for windows 10, Linux standard ones must not be used as they cannot be updated.
A Twin USB hub to Micro USB setup is needed and a USB stick prepared with Microsoft USB tool. You will also need a USB mouse. Boot from windows recovery advanced options. If you understand this you are ready to go if not then be couscous. This root to install windows 10 requires a complete deletion of all partitions in windows setup you can try keeping recovery partition it is the one that is approx. Canon Cp800 Driver For Windows 10.
4gb I think again do some prep. I deleted this as well I have a back up Linux 7. I was able to install Win 10 TP 10059 (or the previous build to 10061) on a Winbook TW802, but the drivers and other support software didn't seem to be available, or the device was not yet supported. I had to reinstall/recover it back to Win 8.1 Can we assume that tablet support will be improved as the TP continues? Or goes to release? I did try the TW700 which ran out of space the moment Win 8.1 installed updates, and I couldn't figure out how to use the SC memory to extend the hard drive into it.