It's official, based on recent testing MaxxTraxx, MaxxTraxx Setup.exe and MaxxTraxx Update 18.104.22.168 and above are compatible with Microsoft Windows 10. I have been using it for the last two weeks and have come away with a bittersweet impression of it. It seems to be a mix of Windows 7 and Windows 8 with a dash of something else thrown in. I find that it doesn't need Classic Shell to make it useable, but it does take some poking around and practice to make it successfully use it.
In general, I think we can recommend it to our users if they ask and I think that we can all upgrade to it if desired. It isn't mandatory at this time, but if you want Windows 10, please sign up for the free version when the notice pops up on your computer. By doing this now, we won't have to purchase it in the future.
--- Written By: Mark Giraud