Let’s look at Windows 10 some more

There are only about five more weeks left until Microsoft pulls the plug on the free upgrade for current users of Windows 7/8/8.1. After that it will cost money to do the upgrade. After July 31, there will be no more opportunity to upgrade for free (see here). So here’s my advice – just do it. I’ve heard about some hardware issues after the upgrade, but those were mostly older printers, or the PC was rather old to begin with. That said, you still have the thirty-days grace period to restore back to the original version of Windows. The upgrade will likely take a couple of hours to download and install. Its a pretty painless process, but it does eat up time, so plan accordingly.

So, whats your take? Using it yet? I have it on a couple of PCs, and I like it. What is your experience?

2 thoughts on “Let’s look at Windows 10 some more

  1. Had a few issues with network connections that were easily corrected. I find it harder to switch printers than it was in Win 7 and getting to Control Panel is a chore. All things considered, it probably was a good move .

    • Thanks, Ed. An easier way to get to the control panel is to right-click on the windows start icon (square flag in bottom left corner).

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