Windows 10 has not been released yet.
Oracle certifies products that are in the premier support phase with a new OS after it is released by a few months.
You may be able to get it working from the first day but don't expect a smooth experience.
This may only be possible using IE 11.
The new default browser "Microsoft Edge" may not work and it will need some time before it gets certified.
Thank u for your reply. As long as i know windows 10 is available for installation. if anyone has installed it and experienced of oracle ebs on it?
Its too early to ask i guess .
If you have got an installation media give it a try with EBS.
In my view, try and access EBS from windows 10. If that works then well and good. But till Oracle certifies it you wont get support from Oracle for issues. and Oracle will only certify it if it become widely used after proper release by Microsoft itself.
I tried it on a Windows 10 VirtualBox VM.
The default browser is now Edge, not IE, and that doesn't support Java, so classic forms won't work. However, Windows 10 also comes with IE 11 (Edge has an option to open the current page in IE 11), and that was working fine in my limited test.
You are right , Windows 10 has IE 11 and oracle ebs works fine on that explorer but i am facing one error during exporting data from oracle form.
Did u also face any error during exporting data from ebs?