Music 1 and PlayoutONE both work smoothly with Windows 10.
When the new Windows 10 OS arrives, if you are going to install it as an upgrade over either Windows 7 or Windows 8, you must first have Windows REMOVE/UNINSTALL Music 1. This uninstall will not remove your Music 1 folder, your library database(s) or your log files. You may want to run the back-up utility within M1 before you do the uninstall for piece of mind.
After you’ve uninstalled Music 1 from the Windows 7/8 operating system, you then upgrade the computer to Windows 10 and then you re-install Music 1.
If you are doing a clean install of M1 onto a computer that is already running Windows 10, all you’ll need to do is move your library database(s), and Logs folder to the new c:\music 1 folder
The M1 license authorization is contained within the library file, so it will open up on the new machine without need to update that code.