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If I am not terribly mistaken, since the Windows 10 Technical Preview is not considered to be a Final release to the Public at large. You will need to uninstall it, and do a Clean Uninstall/Reinstall of your McAfee Product. Please follow these Guidelines/Instructions: How to uninstall or re-install supported McAfee products using the Consumer Products Removal tool
Hopefully one of my Colleagues will add to the discussion as well.
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McAfee's long-held policy has been that "Beta" operating systems, which Windows 10 Technical Preview really is, are not supported. So basically you are on your own until the RTM upgrade, which I believe will be possible from the Technical Preview from what I've read online. At that time McAfee will have released the final compatible version of the software to their direct customers. Those who obtain the software via 3rd parties, such as ISP's or their computer-maker, may have to wait as those 3rd parties often are slow at releasing upgrades, an unfortunate fact that is beyond McAfee's control.
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Thank you all ! that was what i suspected.
i have put Win 10 to default security, and i thrust that for now (win 10 gonna be a very secure system, what ive read).
All McAfee on my computer are uninstalled.
Yea, i try reinstall from MvAfee site, with the message; not a supported OS.
(strange, i got a new license key, before i tried installing McAfee Internet Security 2015 again, i save that key in a document, maybe important next time i install, after June Win 10 release.)
yea im gonna get a release Win 10 release update, when release.
Everything else works great with Win 10.
All we've been told is that a Windows 10-compatible version is imminent. When I don't know.
As i say first; Its possible Microsoft blocking every security program, outside Win 10 tec prev.
They need betatesters testing windows default security, any other security program may spoil that.
I didnt read insider program, i only click; read and agree, and update. (maybe that words is in there)
Possible I suppose. At least Windows Defender includes an antivirus in 8, 8.1 and 10. You can rely on that until such time as you go "RTM".
Still no info about when McAfee Internet Security 2015 coming to Win 10, and the release are tomorrow.