With Windows 10 now being officially available and with some users seeing the upgrade link on their work or home computers the temptation is to download this latest free upgrade without considering the wider implications of the upgrade.
As with any business environment it is crucial however that wherever possible, operating system (and other critical system) upgrades are not performed in a production environment without ensuring that business critical software and hardware support the changes or upgrading to a new operating system.
For Autodesk software, currently Windows 10 is not yet an officially supported operating system across the Autodesk product line. Autodesk state that they intend to support many of their key products on Windows 10 and will add products to the list of products supported on Windows 10 as updates and future versions are released.
For users on pre 2013 products, these are no longer supported and are not included in considerations of Windows 10 compatibility.
So in summary, until supported please do not upgrade to Windows 10. If you have, technically you should be able to roll back to your previous version within 30 days, however with all things IT there are no cast iron guarantees that this will be totally successful.
Always backup all your data before major configuration changes.