I haven't missed the point. I was educating the commenter that they did not know the difference between a Tech Preview and a Beta as well as the fact that the issue is NOT with the Operating System but rather with iTunes considering that Windows 10 is built on the same kernel as Windows 8 & 8.1.
Considering Apple is having tens of thousands of people with issues with iTunes 12 on the so-called "supported" browsers, it's blatantly obvious the issue is with the application and not the OS.
And btw........there are MANY software vendors that have been ensuring their applications are already compatible with Windows 10 prior to the final build being released. It's just that, as usual, Apple is once again behind the times. I'm not getting nasty with you. I'm just trying to educate people making claims when they shouldn't because they have no clue what they're talking about. I don't like bandwagon riders that do it just for the sake of trying to make themselves appear to know what they're talking about when their own statements prove otherwise.
Get with the times Apple. Those buying the "new" iphones, etc are going to wise up eventually. Think about it......the iPhone 6 is nothing more than a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 that was released in 2012. So, I expect Win 10 compatibility should be finalized by Apple somewhere around 2018.