Windows 10, did you miss the boat when they were giving out their latest operating system for free?
It's not too late to upgrade for free if you use Microsoft's assistive technologies. With the recent Wannycrypt/Wannacry Ransomware atacks in which virtually all its victims ran Windows 7, there has never been a better time to upgrade to Microsoft's most secure operating system yet.
Windows 10 was initially released on July 29 2015. During this time, there has been significant improvement work and updates to make it one of Microsoft's best operating systems yet.
With the built in efficient and from what we have seen reliable and not too resource demanding anti-malware service Windows Defender built in to it, as well as many cool features and for streamlined functionality why wait?
So how do you upgrade for free today?
Step 1 - You should do a complete system backup to ensure you do not lose any files or corrupt any files during the upgrade process, while windows 10 has this function built in, sometimes things do go wrong and we can never say loudly enough the need for a backup.
Step 2 - Visit Microsoft's upgrade page here
Step 3 - Download the Windows 10 Update tool which will do the rest for you.
Step 4 - Follow the on screen steps to set up your new system
Things you should note before upgrading
1 - Back up your computer
2 - Windows 10 allows you to go back to your previous windows version if you do not like it.
3 - If you are afraid of the new start menu another very good download for you would be classic shell which is a free program to bring back any of the windows 7 start menu options.
And of course our friendly technicians are available to help you with all your questions and support you through the process should you require it. If you need any help with this process of would rather have one of our support technicians complete this upgrade for you today do not hesitate to give us a call or make an enquiry through our contact us page.
At Wellington PC the approach to customer service we pride ourselves on is explaining things in simple terms and trying to teach you what you don't already know to keep you up to date with the rapidly advancing technology in every day life.