The 29th July has come and gone and Windows 10 has arrived, but as usual, problems have already been reported. Before we continue, our advice is DO NOT UPGRADE at the moment.
Whilst we, like most of the population, are thankful that Windows 8.1 might be a step closer to the grave, a new OS from Microsoft always comes with its flaws, bugs and niggles. If history repeats, then this OS should be a good one. Generally every other OS released by Microsoft is good (2000, XP, Win 7).
As you may know, this is the last major OS release from Microsoft, and Windows 10 is here to stay. In future there will be significant updates to the OS, but there will not be an Windows 11, or 12 etc. This means that Microsoft might start putting some effort into ensuring a stable OS.
So what is new in Windows 10?
Well, we are not about to start blowing smoke, so click here for the Windows 10 highlights.
Whilst we appreciate that change is needed after the disaster of Windows 8 and 8.1, we are more concerned with ensuring our Clients can work without disruption caused by the newness of a different OS. Once the bugs have been ironed out, normally 6 months, then it should be a suitable replacement for the beloved Windows 7.
If you have already upgraded to Windows 10 and want to go back to your previous system, this can easily be achieved. Give PC Repair Leeds a call today.