It recently came to my attention that of the two 3rd-party programs that will not install into my Win10TP build (because Microsoft claims they are incompatible) one of them is and one of them isn't... CPU-Z is a little utility I've used for years--ran fine under 8/8.1, as you might expect. Fails to even install into the TP *unless* I change the name of the executable...and then it installs and runs without issue (otherwise I get the "incompatible" warning.) A program built around the same code, HWmonitor, won't install in the same way but the difference is that HW monitor won't run correctly no matter if the name of the executable is changed and the program properly installs--it really is incompatible, it would seem. Just a couple of tidbits some may find interesting. It rubs me the wrong way when software companies play these games with the names of executables, but in this case it may just be overkill on MS's part, since HWmonitor would appear to actually be incompatible regardless of executable naming--at least, it won't run for me regardless of compatibility setting *after* I've name-changed and convinced the program to install.