Windows 7 is Expiring- October 29
Should I upgrade to Windows 10? It's not even a year old, yet more than 350 million devices are running Windows 10. So why upgrade to Window 10? Is Windows 10 good? We explain who should upgrade to the new version of the OS, plus things to consider if you're using older hardware and software.
Windows 10 will cease to be a free update on July 29, 2016, exactly a year after its initial release to the general public. Those who choose upgrade to Windows 10 will also benefit from the Windows 10 Anniversary Update that will become available on August 2, 2016. (Read more about the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.)
With many new features, and various system improvements upgrading is a no-brainer for most people, and in our review we explain in more depth why we're impressed. Here, though, we’ll explain who should and shouldn't upgrade: the pros and cons of Windows 10.
If you're not sure now is the right time to upgrade, there are steps you can take. If you're looking to upgrade your computer parts and want to be on Windows 10, you should upgrade and extract your new Windows 10 product key using ProduKey. This means you can upgrade your new computer and later have the option to install Windows 10 directly on the new machine.
Microsoft has done everything it can to convince people to take advantage of the Windows 10 upgrade offer, and in the final few weeks has resorted to a full-screen 'sorry to interrupt...' message as a last-ditch attempt. However, if you're adamant that you don't want to upgrade, we suggest you also read how to stay on Windows 7 or 8 forever. Read more about Windows 10 upgrade here.
We suggest consulting with a TAP representative on which Windows 10 edition is right for you. And remember, July 29th marks the deadline for your free upgrade to the new version.