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Things to consider while upgrading to Windows 10

Windows 10

The Windows 10 release is fast approaching, and it’s time to start thinking about the upgrade. Have a Windows 7/8/8.1 machine and thinking about upgrading to Windows 10? Even though this could be a relatively easy task for many users, it may not be as easy for everyone else. There are few things you want to keep in mind.

Here are some additional information

  • Yes, your files and programs will be kept after the upgrade
  • You won’t be prompted to enter a product key during the upgrade of Windows 7 or Windows 8 to Windows 10
  • Make sure to re-enable or re-install your antivirus software and other software you need
  • Make sure to go to the Settings app, Update & security, and check for new Windows and driver updates
  • Open the Windows Device Manager and make sure all the drivers are working correctly. If you don’t see a yellow exclamation mark or anything on red, you should be fine.
  • If you’re upgrading Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Home, or Windows 7 Home Premium, you’ll be upgraded to Windows 10 Home. If you’re upgrading Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Ultimate, you’ll be upgraded to Windows 10 Pro
  • Windows 10 Home won’t be able to opt out from automatic updates
  • Windows 10 Pro will be able to choose how to receive new Windows Updates
  • You’ll need to switch to a Microsoft Account if you want to take advantage of installing Windows Store apps, Cortana, and various other features.

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