It's only a little surprising, because the move from Windows 7/8.1 shouldn't count as too major - the Windows upgrade process manages to preserve all other apps/settings/licenses (or at least it did in my case) - so it's a pity that Studio didn't keep up. But by no means a disaster.
Emma Goldsmith wrote:
Ian Giles wrote:
when I upgraded to Windows 10, 2015 forgot it was licensed. I had to have SDL reset the license to get it activated again.
Good point, Ian.
Note for anyone reading this thread in the future:
Deactivate your Studio license whenever you make any major change to your computer, such as reformatting the hard disk, re-installing an operating system or installing a new O/S.
To deactivate a license, go to the Ribbon>Help>Product Activation>Deactivate