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Plex icon with Apple TV logoPlex (v0.9.11.0, October 12, 2014), PlexConnect (v0.4, July 24, 2014) and OpenPlex (new: beta 0.3.5, November 17, 2014) running on Mac OS X 10.10.2 Yosemite beta 1 (build number 14C68m), released on November 23, 2014. I positively tested on an Apple TV 3 running on Apple TV 7.0.2 software

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Windows 10 icon blueWindows 10 dual-boot with Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 is easily set up having a second partition on your Windows PC and a bootable USB flash drive with the Windows 10 ISO file on it. If you do not want to risk to install Windows 10 technical preview on your working Windows PC, Windows 10 dual-boot is an alternate good option compared to installing Windows 10 on a virtual machine using VirtualBox.

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Windows 8 icon blueSometimes you need to resize, shrink or add a drive to Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. For example, if you want to create a dual-boot option on your Windows 8 or 8.1 PC, you need to have a free drive or partition. If you have not already one, you first must shrink your primary boot drive to get free drive space for the second boot drive using the Disk Management Utility program. Then you can add a new boot drive.

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Update: Plex, PlexConnect And OpenPlex Running On Apple TV 7.0.3
Plex icon with Apple TV logoPlex (v0.9.11.0, October 12, 2014), PlexConnect (v0.4, July 24, 2014) and OpenPlex (new: beta 0.3.5, November 17, 2014) running on Apple TV 7.0.2 (“iOS 8.1.1”) and Mac OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite final release (build number 14B25, changed compared to 10.10.1 beta). On November 17, 2014, Apple released the Apple TV 7.0.2 (build number 6915) software and Mac OS X 10.10.1. Similar to Apple TV 7.0.1, the Apple TV 7.0.2 software is only available for Apple TV 3rd generation (Model number A1427 – AppleTV3,1 – MD199LL/A) and 3rd generation rev a (Model number A1469 – AppleTV3,2 – MD199LL/A). This means that the final Apple TV 7.0.2 software only work on Apple TV 3 (3rd generation) and not on Apple TV 2 (2nd generation).

Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite icon

Plex icon with Apple TV logoPlex (v0.9.11.0, October 12, 2014), PlexConnect (v0.4, July 24, 2014) and OpenPlex (beta 0.3.4, November 11, 2014) running on Mac OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite beta 1 (build number 14B23), released on November 10, 2014. I positively tested on both an Apple TV 3 running on Apple TV 7.0.1 software and on an Apple TV 3 running on Apple TV 7.0.2 beta software. The focus areas of this Yosemite seed are Wi-Fi (WLAN), Exchange accounts in Mail and Notification Center. 

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Windows 10 icon blueLearn how to download and install Windows 10 (Technical Preview) from a bootable USB flash drive. What you need is the Windows 10 ISO file, a tool to create a bootable USB drive like Rufus and at least a 4 GB USB drive for 32 bit version or a 8 GB USB drive for the 64 bit version. Another option is to install Windows 10 (Technical Preview) on a virtual machine like with VirtualBox.

Plex icon with Apple TV logo

Plex icon with Apple TV logoPlex (v0.9.11.0, October 12, 2014), PlexConnect (v0.4, July 24, 2014) and OpenPlex (beta 0.3.4, October 27, 2014) running on Apple TV 7.0.2 beta (“iOS 8.1.1 beta”) and Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite final release (build number 14A389). On November 3, 2014, Apple released the Apple TV 7.0.2 beta (build number 6915) software and iOS 8.1.1 beta. Similar to Apple TV 7.0.1, the Apple TV 7.0.2 beta software is only available for Apple TV 3rd generation (Model number A1427 – AppleTV3,1 – MD199LL/A) and 3rd generation rev a (Model number A1469 – AppleTV3,2 – MD199LL/A). This means that the final Apple TV 7.0.2 software only work on Apple TV 3 (3rd generation) and not on Apple TV 2 (2nd generation).

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Update: iTunes 12.3 Compatible To Windows 10
Update: iTunes 12.2 Compatible To Windows 10
Update: Fixing iTunes 12 Crashes On Windows 10
iTunes 12 iconiTunes 12 is not only running on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, but iTunes 12 is also compatible to Windows 10 Technical Preview. The system requirements for iTunes 12 for Windows are a PC with a 1GHz Intel or AMD processor, 512MB of RAM, 400MB of available disk space and Broadband Internet connection to use the iTunes Store. It seems that there are no additional prerequisites needed, as it is for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 systems, e.g. the Windows 8 Media Center.