All good things must come to an end and that seems to be so for Windows 7. It’s not the end of the world though but the beginning of a new experience, Windows 10.
Problem – Windows 7
It’s been around for about 10 years but finally Microsoft has announced it will no longer be supporting Windows 7. Although your computer will not cease to operate, without technical support for any issues, software updates and security updates your computer will be vulnerable to viruses and malware.
Solution – Windows 10
What’s the solution then? Buy a new computer! While you could install a version of Windows 10 on your old pc, it’s not recommended. The best way to experience Windows 10 features is using a new computer. New modern PCs are fast due to most of them having solid state drives and are more durable with batteries that last longer. The price is better also compared to PCs sold in the last 5-10 years.
It’s important of course to backup your files before moving to a new operating system and you’ll find using OneDrive or an external hard drive the best course of action. With any new OS, there is going to be a small learning curve and it saves a lot of time and hassle going over the tips and tutorials available online.
Checkout the links below for information about new PCs from Microsoft, how to backup your files and finally, best practices and advice on how to move from Windows 7 to Windows 10.
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Backup Your Data
There are many ways you can backup your data but using cloud technologies or external drives appears to be the best options at the moment. For the best advice on data security that meet your business needs contact ComCan.
Tips and Tricks To Updating
Follow the link below to get the latest tips and tricks from Microsoft to updating your operating system smoothly. To update your systems successfully contact ComCan.