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Windows 10

People don’t like change. That’s a fact. While the “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it” adage is valid it doesn’t mean “If it’s not broken, don’t improve it”.

I think there’s a case for Windows 10 both fixing and improving on previous version of Windows.

Here’s a link (or click the image below) to someone else’s blog post that pretty much sums up what you need to know, albeit at some length. If your PC is a major tool in the execution of your job, and I suspect it is, then understanding something about the upgrade is very important.

If you don’t have the time or inclination, here are the salient points.

  • Windows 10 is well worth having
  • A clean install of Windows 10 is much better than an upgrade (nothing new here eh?)
  • You need to check compatibility of your applications and PC before proceeding with an upgrade or install
  • It’s free for many of us, but only until the end of July
  • Yes, it might install automatically (see the post above for an explanation)

Should you require assistance in either installing, upgrading or preventing the automatic upgrade to Windows 10 please raise a support ticket with us.