On July 29, 2015 Microsoft made Windows 10 available (for free) to owners of Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1. Overall I think that Windows 10 is a better release than the prior versions but as with any new operating system, you really don’t want to be an early adopter unless you are living on the edge. There are still hundreds of unresolved compatibility issues especially for older systems and the install process, while a significant improvement over prior operating system releases, still does fail from time to time. If you can’t resist the temptation to upgrade right away, do yourself a favor and take a good backup of your files before you upgrade.
If you upgrade to Windows 10 and it just doesn’t work right for you or you wish to go back to Windows 7 or 8/8.1, Microsoft provides this functionality. It seems to work pretty well but this option is ONLY available for 30 days after you upgrade to Windows 10. After that point the files containing the data required to revert to your old operating system are automatically deleted by Windows. If you are on the fence, please make sure you make up your mind before the 30 days expire. If you need assistance with your upgrade or run into an issue, you can always contact us at http://computer-repair-now.com