After a long wait by users, Microsoft finally released the final version of its Windows 10 system. Of course, there are questions and information needed by anyone before deciding to move to the new system. So in this post, we will answer some of these questions and everything you should know before upgrading to the new system.
Is it worth it to upgrade to Windows 10
In the development of the new version of the operating system, Microsoft has shown unprecedented openness both in embedded features as well as the contribution of users to the development of this version, so it makes sense to expect that Windows 10 will be able to meet our expectations. Here is a small list of innovations and features ahead of us in the final release:
Return the Start menu
The appearance of the audio plugin Cortana
The new browser, replacing IE;
A single user interface and applications for all devices (desktops, tablets, smartphones);
The new distribution model, which assumes a free upgrade for users of earlier versions
These and other innovations and new features in this system will probably make it repeat the success of Windows 7, which has become popular with everyone!
What are the system requirements to install Windows 10?
Microsoft says on its official website that if your computer meets the requirements to run Windows 8.1, it means that you can install a new version of the new system. Here’s a more detailed list of the settings required for your computer to run Windows 10:
Processor: At least 1 GHz
RAM: 1 GB for 32-bit, or 2 GB for 64-bit
Free hard disk space: 16 GB
What do I need to know before using Windows 10?
You will be able to upgrade to the latest version of Windows in several different ways
If you currently have Windows 7 (SP1) or 8.1, you can get Windows 10 as a free update via Windows Update
The update must be performed within the first 12 months after the final release of Windows 10
Owners of licensed versions can upgrade to Windows 10 and will continue to receive lifetime free updates
Owners of unlicensed versions of Windows can also upgrade to the new system, but according to recent information, an ongoing warning against the use of stolen software will be displayed
Users of Windows XP and Vista will be able to install and upgrade to Windows 10 only if the technical specifications of their devices meet the minimum requirements
Windows 10 will be launched in several different versions: Windows 10 Home, Mobile, Pro, Enterprise, Mobile Enterprise, Education. You can learn more about this version and the differences between them on the official Microsoft website