Microsoft Windows 10 is easy to use

Microsoft Windows 10 becomes familiar quickly and includes an improved start menu which is designed to start up and resume fast.

Microsoft Windows 10 now adapts itself to the device it is installed on. For instance if the device has a touch screen Windows will configure itself to have the metro (the little icons on the screen that you can click on) and if it doesn’t detect touch screen it will remain in computer desktop mode which gives you the start bar back and feels more like what you’re used to in previous versions of Windows.

Microsoft’s push for Windows 10 is a unified operating system, one operating system to be used on multiple platforms making it easier for end user to move from one device to the next.

Microsoft is offering this upgrade to all Windows 7, 8, 8.1 users in most cases as a free upgrade for a limited time. Microsoft will notify you of the upgrade as a pop up that will appear near your clock at the bottom right in Windows 7.

Are you asking yourself: Should I upgrade?
Keep in mind that Microsoft has tested Windows 10 and is still has many bugs to work out. We have had many clients call saying their computers and laptops didn’t work properly after they installed the software and in most cases, it was (in sufficient) device driver support that has been causing the majority of problems.

If your computer or laptop came with Windows 8, 8.1 you’re likely going to have a successful install without any problems. Older Windows machines (aka: Windows 7) may have device driver issues and in our opinion should not be upgraded to Windows 10 until the next release.  If you’re a novice computer user, we highly recommend that you back up your entire computer or laptop, just in case, prior to installing.

In the event that you do install Windows 10 and you’re having issues, we’re here to answer any questions, or get your computer up and running again for you!