5 reasons why everyone should upgrade to Windows 10
No one blames you. Windows 8 was a mess, which is why most still clung to Windows 7.
But the good news is that Windows 10 fixes just about everything that went wrong with Windows 8, and it's a worthwhile upgrade for practically all Windows users. And if you're running Windows 8, Windows 10 is a must-download. Get it as soon as you can.
Here's a quick look at why you should upgrade to Windows 10:
1.) It's free
If you're running Windows 7 or higher, you can download Windows 10 for free as long as you do it within the first year. That's it. There are no gimmicks, hidden fees, or charges down the road. You get the full version of Windows 10 for $0. You have nothing to lose but the time it takes to download and install.
2.) The Start menu is back, making Windows 10 an essential upgrade for Windows 8 users
Even worse, Windows 8 forced you to constantly switch between two very different modes - the classic desktop mode and the Modern UI. That was a horrible experience.
With Windows 10, you never have to look at the touch interface if you don't want to. You can do everything in the classic desktop mode, and it should feel familiar to any Windows user. If you have a Windows 10 tablet, you can switch to Tablet Mode with one tap from the Action Center menu that you access by swiping over from the right side of the screen.
3.) You get Microsoft's excellent digital assistant Cortana
But most importantly, Cortana acts as a universal search engine for everything on the web or stored locally on your PC. It makes it a lot easier to find what you're looking for.
Even if you don't use a Windows Phone, Microsoft will bring Cortana to iPhone and Android soon. If you're using a Windows 10 PC, but carry an Android phone or iPhone with you on the go, you'll want to get Cortana as soon as it's available.
4.) You'll get free, frequent updates over time
Windows 10 won't have updates with new version numbers like older versions of Windows did. Instead, you'll get free, frequent updates that fix bugs, add new features, and provide overall stability.
5.) You can always go back to your older Windows version if you don't like Windows 10
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