My PC is offering me a free upgrade to Windows 10. I'm currently using Windows 7.
Am I right in thinking that I could wait until July 2016 and it will still be offered free?
Or should I upgrade now? I see from the posts on this forum that some people have Windows 10 problems with certain features not working. In the past, the conventional wisdom was to wait until Microsoft had sent out the first major update (SP1) to fix all the main common bugs since launch.
Thanks for any advive. I've downloaded the upgrade but not installed it yet.
"And I sent the manufacturer (Lenovo)a very nasty email. This laptop was only 15 months old and came with an i3 processor and 8Gb memory with 1Tb hard drive. Not exactly low spec."
That's interesting, because I haven't all that long purchased a Lenovo laptop, which as reminding me to upgrade to W10. Haven't done so yet, but time and willingness permitting, might try it as an experiment, for failure or success.
Forgot to mention to the originator of the post. It would appear that some have jumped straight in, and downloaded, with additional adjustments when available.
Personally, my view was to wait and see what the general feelings are, because its all still in the early stages, and every Microsoft operating system that I know, always required 'tweaking' at some stage.
But having said that, my previous post might now suggest otherwise!.
Just checked, and its the Lenovo G700 that I have, so it looks like I might need to do further investigations. Thanks for the prompt, I would not have known otherwise, without the interesting information you have provided.
Golden rule before you install W10 clone your drive,then if it goes pear shaped it an easy step to swap your drive back to get back from whence you came.Drive swap 6 minutes reinstall hours and hours and hours, nuff said.
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