I have had a couple of queries about kiwitrees and Windows 10, so here are some general comments about it for anyone interested.
Because kiwitrees functions on a web server there is no reason why it would not work perfectly normally on a computer running the Windows 10 operating system.
However, if you use kiwitrees in a local environment under Xampp, Ampp, Wamp or any similar virtual web server, you should confirm that server software is compatible with Windows 10 before upgrading your computer.
Windows 10 includes Microsoft’s new web browser “Edge”. As a web-standards compatible browser it should display kiwitrees in any theme without problems. BUT I have not done any testing using this browser so there might be some minor issues. Please let me know if you find any and we can discuss possible solutions/
The problem for me with this new browser is that it cannot be used on any operating system except Windows 10, and I have no plans to move to Windows 10 for a few months at least, while Microsoft sort out their inevitable early bugs and other software products catch up with changes to support it. So I cannot look for issues or test any solutions.
I understand there is a release date planned of October this year for the first major update to Windows 10 (“Threshold 1”). That may be a better time to consider a change.