If you purchased a copy of Windows 7 or 8, you’ve noticed that icon pestering you to take advantage of a free upgrade to 10 over the course of the next year. At some point they decided not everyone was using a tablet, and we wanted the Start button back. Well, July 31st came and went. What are you going to do?
Don’t rush into things. Do your research. Newer is not necessarily better. Unless, of course, you’re using Windows 8. Then a Campbell’s soup can and a piece of twine is better…
Put a hold on one of our new instructional books if you’re thinking of taking the plunge.
Since Windows 10 doesn’t include Media Center, you’ll have to tell me all about it!