Microsoft has apparently gone back to the drawing board to bring us their newest operating system Windows 10. The skip from version 8 to 10 was a marketing strategy to create a real separation in users minds between the 2 versions.
It's been 6 years since the launch of Windows 7 and with the growth of mobile and tablet devices Windows 8 and Windows 10 to launch in July have been designed to work better and faster in those environments.
One nice feature of the new system is that it boots directly to the desktop and stays there, something that Windows 8 didn't do and confused the dickens out of people.
Microsoft claims that we will enjoy their systems amazing new features and the familiar experience, where you’ll feel like an expert from the start. Plus, with Windows 10, they will keep you up to date and safer with built-in security features. They've designed the upgrade to be fast, easy with no worries as your docs and files are preserved.
Some reviews of independent testing indicated that Windows 10 performed well even on outdated computers with less than one gig of ram. It was also found that add-ons such as a printer, functioned on the new OS without any issues. Let's hope all the positive stuff lives up to expectation.
If you haven't been notified or unsure of how to get in line for this upgrade click the button below for instructions from Microsoft.
Note: This upgrade is only free for current owners of Windows 7 & 8. If by chance you are not sure if you have a legal version of your operating system you can do the following:
If you attempt an upgrade on a pirated version you may find yourself locked out of your computer... so be aware. If you have any questions regarding this new upgrade please give us a call and we will try and assist you with your concerns.