If your PC is still running Windows 7, you may be wondering if you should pull the trigger and install Windows 10. If you grew up on Windows, chances are you’ve developed habits. On Windows 8, Microsoft karate-chopped the Start menu and replaced it with the Start screen.
Released in 2009, Windows 7 is one of Microsoft’s finest OS releases, right up there with Windows 95, 98 and XP. Like how Windows 10 corrects most of the misguided design decisions of Windows 8, Windows 7 was the OS that cleaned up the mess that was Windows Vista.
Windows 7 users must have at least Service Pack 1 in order to get Windows 10. If your copy of Windows 7 doesn’t have SP1, you’ll need to update it first.
Windows 10 Home and 10 Pro are identical, except the latter has a few extra features such as Remote Access Services, Windows Update for Business and more. Read more…