I'd have to know a few names to try out.
There are issues if one upgrades to 10 and changes from a local account to MS's new email login. That's well discussed and may result in 0x5 and 0xC0000005 failures.
I find that many of the programs I use (especially those that are used infrequently) are useful in a PORTABLE format. The PORTABLE format also allows me to keep programs on a USB drive when needed.
I installed the final version of Windows 10. Windows 10 does NOT run half of my PORTABLE programs - even with Compatablity options set. I am sure that many of these compatability issues will be sorted out as software developers and application virtualization vendors learn more about Windows 10 and update their programs to deal with Windows 10.
Does anyone have any experience with application virtualization and Windows 10?