1. You just watched the new Terminator movie and can’t wait to hasten the arrival of Skynet, as this is what will inevitably arise from a computer that auto-updates itself and syncs with your phones, tablets and probably your house and car.
  2. You are an early adopter and can’t be bothered not having the latest thing, so you can lord it over everyone else for being behind the curve. “WHAT!!!!!! You don’t have Windows 10 yet? That was so, like, yesterday already.”
  3. You accidentally clicked on the new Windows button that has been appearing at the bottom right side of your desktop and soon it will be downloaded and activated before you realize it.
  4. You are a writer/intern for a number of prestigious technology blogs, and you can’t wait to share your important ideas with the world on this platform that you are convinced will change the world. Also, you were bored with getting coffee so often.
  5. You are being held at gunpoint by Steve Ballmer, who will not let you leave until you download Windows 10 and then go streaking through Times Square, yelling that Microsoft is number 1 and Windows 10 is the greatest operating system of all time.
  6. You are a geek squad employee, and you are required to get it.
  7. You are participating in an intensive focus group, whose purpose is to have ten people living together and use branded Windows 10 products everywhere, voting each other off until only one contestant remained after using an original DoS hack to rig the voting and become the winner of the Windows 10-off.
  8. It was either that or do the dishes for your roommate, and you couldn’t let him get away with that again!
  9. because….seven ate nine! Get it???? Well… Windows 7 and then 8 were theoretically the 7th or 8th iterations of Windows, so the number following that should have been 9. However, some executive somewhere decided that the number 10 was a lot cooler than 9 and managed to convince everyone to back that idea. Seriously, that’s pretty much what happened.
  10. You are an incredible nerd who lives for the challenge of fighting new systems and making all computer programs bend to your will.