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Windows 10 compatibility and upgrade your computer

Windows 10 is already in the market along with its regular upgrades. Now, the question is that is your computer compatible with Windows 10 and its upgrades. The latest version of Windows is described as “the operating system Windows 8 should have been.” Windows 10 have smart features in the form of the Start menu and the digital assistant: Cortana.

If you are a Windows user and need to have the best from Windows 10, then you need to run the OS on suitable hardware, including 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor, 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit) RAM, 16 BG free hard disk space: 16 GB, Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver, a Microsoft account, and Internet access for installation. It will be good if you can use updated Windows apps along with a minimum display resolution of 1024×768. If all these things don’t make things happen, then you can rely on Microsoft’s Windows Compatibility Center which can help you gain clarity. Tech Support for Window

Windows Compatibility Center will let you download Windows 8.1 Upgrade Assistant so that you can know if you system is suitable for Windows 10. It is assumed that if your computer runs Windows 8.1, then it should also run Windows 10. Make sure all hardware peripherals are connected to your computer. Also, check manufacturer’s website to confirm if the device is compatible with Windows 10. If the dropdown menu has the correct version of Windows, the compatibility of your hardware will be highlighted with a green check.  windows 10 technical support phone number

Windows users having older operating systems Windows 7 or 8.1 can access a free upgrade to Windows 10 with the help of Windows Update. They also need to be aware of a couple of things:

Make the upgrade within the first year of Windows 10 release.

Users of the retail version need to upgrade the OS without any problem.

Users with Windows’ OEM version will face no problem while upgrading their system, supposing they are working on a system where Windows hasn’t been transferred to a new device.

Users who have transferred their Windows’ OEM versions to a new computer need to wait until Microsoft releases supplementary information.

Keep in mind that Windows RT devices don’t qualify for Windows 10. It is likely that future updates may add some new features.

XP or Vista system with compatible hardware can upgrade or have a clean install.

Enterprise editions of Windows will not avail the free upgrade.

Don’t forget that Windows 8 users have to upgrade to Windows 8.1 first before upgrading to Windows 10.

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