However, you’d better back up all important data from your computer in case of conflicts and system errors.
No matter you upgrade to Windows 10 from what OS, back up anything that is important just to be on the safe side.
I hate to throw a new computer away if it can be updated. (Thank goodness for my friend who checked the trash even after I assured her there was no way I would do that!
(I was under the impression he can buy a Windows 7 license from Microsoft on-line) --- I cannot find what it costs to do such an upgrade.Can someone fill me in on how much it does cost if its possible to do so?windows 7 compatible drivers for that system ( if any hardware/software on that machine can't get win 7 compatible drivers, that hardware/software won't work ).That’s a problem: when Microsoft stops supporting an OS, it doesn’t only withdraw its technical-support services – it also stops updating the software.Among other things, this means no more monthly fixes to protect against new viruses and malware.However, there are many cautions that you need to pay attention to, or else, your upgrade to Windows 10 may be failed.